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Table Of Contents

Introduction
What is econometrics?
Why this book?
Outline of the book
A few basic tools
Distributions
Figure 2.1 A probability density function: a normal distribution
Figure 2.2 A cumulative density function: a normal distribution
The linear regression model
Inference
Some further considerations
To summarize
Econometrics, a guided tour
Practical questions
Problem formulation
Data collection
Choice of an econometric model
Empirical analysis
Answering practical questions
Seven case studies
Convergence between rich and poor countries
Direct mail target selection
Automatic trading
Forecasting sharp increases in unemployment
Modeling brand choice dynamics
Two noneconomic illustrations
Conclusion
Always take an econometrics course!
Econometrics is practice
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A Concise Introduction to Econometrics

A Concise Introduction to Econometrics

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