Introduction to Econometrics
This introductory text outlines the basic concepts and tools of econometrics. Actual data are included in the cases and problems found in each chapter. These cases apply data from many global sources.
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Regression Models for Categorical and Limited Dependent Variables
J. Scott Long
Limited preview - 1997