Econometrics: A Modern Introduction
Econometrics: A Modern Introduction conditions students to think like econometricians right from the start by opening with a unique Monte Carlo exercise, and connects econometrics to economic theory through a series of exemplary econometric analyses presented throughout the text. Students learn to critically evaluate economic conclusions through the use of original data and compelling topics such as discrimination, demand for cocaine, capital punishment, and infant mortality.
Specifications of Econometrics: A Modern Introduction
|Author||Michael P. Murray|
|Number Of Pages||976|
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