Introductory Econometrics with Applications

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Dryden, 1998 - Econometrics - 664 pages
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Offers an ideal combination of econometric theory and hands-on practical training for undergraduate and graduate courses. The authors ambition is to provide realistic applications without sacrificing theoretical underpinnings. He uses a logical step-by-step approach to walk readers through numerous real-world examples of model specification, estimation, and hypothesis testing. The book also succeeds at being self-contained. By including background information on mathematics, probability, statistics, and software applications, readers have all the information they need in one place.

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Contents

O PART I Background
1
Review of Probability and Statistics
18
O PART II Basics
81
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National Systems and Research Co.

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