## The Theory and practice of econometricsThis broadly based graduate-level textbook covers the major models and statistical tools currently used in the practice of econometrics. It examines the classical, the decision theory, and the Bayesian approaches, and contains material on single equation and simultaneous equation econometric models. Includes an extensive reference list for each topic. |

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Estimation and Inference | 9 |

Assumption | 27 |

Combining Sample and Other Information | 54 |

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