Time Series and Dynamic Models
Cambridge University Press, Jan 13, 1997 - Business & Economics - 668 pages
Concisely written and up-to-date, this book provides a unified and comprehensive analysis of the full range of topics that comprise modern time series econometrics. While it does demand a good quantitative grounding, it does not require a high mathematical rigor or a deep knowledge of economics. One of the book's most attractive features is the close attention it pays throughout to economic models and phenomena. The authors provide a sound analysis of the statistical origins of topics such as seasonal adjustment, causality, exogeneity, cointegration, prediction, and forecasting. Their treatment of Box-Jenkins models and the Kalman filter represents a synthesis of the most recent theoretical and applied work in these areas.
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