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Statistical Inference in Dynamic Economic Models

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Statistical Inference in Dynamic Economic Models
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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Number of pages: 454

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Quantitative economic study has a threefold basis: it is necessary to formulate economic hypotheses, to collect appropriate data, and to confront hypotheses with data. The latter task, statistical inference in economics, is discussed in this book.

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