Complete and Incomplete Econometric Models
Princeton University Press, Feb 8, 2010 - Business & Economics - 176 pages
Econometric models are widely used in the creation and evaluation of economic policy in the public and private sectors. But these models are useful only if they adequately account for the phenomena in question, and they can be quite misleading if they do not. In response, econometricians have developed tests and other checks for model adequacy. All of these methods, however, take as given the specification of the model to be tested. In this book, John Geweke addresses the critical earlier stage of model development, the point at which potential models are inherently incomplete.
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3 Prior Predictive Analysis and Model Evaluation
4 Incomplete Structural Models
5 An Incomplete Model Space