Oxford University Press, 1995 - Business & Economics - 869 pages
The main problem in econometric modelling of time series is discovering sustainable and interpretable relationships between observed economic variables. The primary aim of this book is to develop an operational econometric approach which allows constructive modelling. Professor Hendry deals with methodological issues (model discovery, data mining, and progressive research strategies); with major tools for modelling (recursive methods, encompassing, super exogeneity, invariance tests); and with practical problems (collinearity, heteroscedasticity, and measurement errors). He also includes an extensive study of US money demand. The book is self-contained, with the technical background covered in appendices. It is thus suitable for first year graduate students, and includes solved examples and exercises to facilitate its use in teaching.
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Econometric Tools and Techniques
Dynamics and Interdependence
Exogeneity and Causality
Interpreting Linear Models
A Typology of Linear Dynamic Equations
Econometrics in Action
A1 Matrix Algebra
A2 Probability and Distributions
A3 Statistical Theory
A4 Asymptotic Distribution Theory
A5 Numerical Optimization Methods
Analysing dynamic systems
The Theory of Reduction
Simultaneous Equations Systems
Testing and Evaluation
Measurement Problems in Econometrics
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