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North-Holland, Jan 1, 1993 - Mathematics - 783 pages
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Hardbound. This volume serves as a source, reference and teaching supplement in econometrics, the branch of economics which is concerned with statistical methods applied to the empirical study of economic relationships. The chapters comprise comprehensive and up-to-date surveys of developments in various aspects of econometrics. A wide variety of applications of statistical methodology to econometric problems are covered and written at a level intended for professional econometricians and statisticians, as well as advanced graduate students in econometrics.

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S R Cosslett Department of Economics Arps Hall Ohio State University
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G. S. Maddala is a University Eminent Professor of Economics at Ohio State University. He attended Andhra University, Bombay University and the University of Chicago. Maddala taught at the University of Florida, the University of Rochester, Stanford University, and Cornell University. He contributed to The Handbook of Econometrics and authored Introduction of Econometrics.

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