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Using Econometrics: A Practical Guideprovides students with a practical introduction that combines single-equation linear regression analysis with real-world examples and exercises. An Overview of Regression Analysis; Ordinary Least Squares; Learning to Use Regression Analysis; The Classical Model; Hypothesis Testing; Specification: Choosing the Independent Variables; Specification: Choosing a Functional Form; Multicollinearity; Serial Correlation; Heteroskedasticity; Running Your Own Regression Project; Time-Series Models; Dummy Dependent Variable Techniques; Simultaneous Equations; Forecasting; Experimental and Panel Data; Statistical Principles For readers interested in understanding econometrics.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: An Overview of Regression Analysis Chapter 2: Ordinary Least Squares Chapter 3: Learning to Use Regression Analysis Chapter 4: The Classical Model Chapter 5: Hypothesis Testing Chapter 6: Specification: Choosing the Independent Variables Chapter 7: Specification: Choosing a Functional Form Chapter 8: Multicollinearity Chapter 9: Serial Correlation Chapter 10: Heteroskedasticity Chapter 11: Running Your Own Regression Project Chapter 12: Time-Series Models Chapter 13: Dummy Dependent Variable Techniques Chapter 14: Simultaneous Equations Chapter 15: Forecasting Chapter 16: Experimental and Panel Data Chapter 17: Statistical Principles