Elements of econometrics

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Macmillan, 1971 - Business & Economics - 655 pages
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This was my first econometrics book as an undergraduate in economics at Queen's University in Canada in the late 1980s. It was not just an excellent and comprehensive introduction, but a great practical handbook for implementation. More advanced books took a more generalized vector calculus view of econometrics, but I found they complemented, rather than replaced this work by Kmenta. 


Experimental Derivation of Sampling Distributions
Probability and Probability Distributions
Theoretical Derivation of Sampling Distributions

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