Econometric analysis

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Prentice Hall, 2003 - Business & Economics - 1026 pages
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This book provides a broad survey of the field of econometrics that allows the reader to move from here to practice in one or more specialized areas. At the same time, the reader will gain an appreciation of the common foundation of all the fields presented and use the tools they employ. This book gives space to a wide range of topics including basic econometrics, Classical, Bayesian, GMM, and Maximum likelihood, and gives special emphasis to new topics such a time series and panels. For social scientists and other professionals in the field who want a thorough introduction to applied econometrics that will prepare them for advanced study and practice in the field.

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Contents

Introduction
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The Classical Multiple Linear Regression Model
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The Classical Multiple Linear Regression Model
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Copyright

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About the author (2003)

William H. Greene is Professor of Economics and Entertainment and Media Faculty Fellow in the Department of Economics at the Stern School of Business, New York University.

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