Econometric analysis

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Business & Economics - 1075 pages
Matrix algebra; Probability abd distribution theory; Statistical inference; Computation and optimization; The classical multiple linear regression model - specification and estimation; Inference and prediction; Functional form, nonlinearity, and specification; Data problems; Nonlinear regression models; Nonspherical disturbances; generalized regression, and GMM estimation; Autocorrelated disturbances; Models for panel data; Systems of regression equations; Regressions with lagged variables; Time-series models; Models with discrete dependent variables; Limited dependent variable and duration models.

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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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