Unfortunately not simple reading. The linear regression model [2. The first major reference on count data models for economists. Articles Cited by Co-authors. Least squares with restrictions [5.
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Articles Cited by Co-authors. Data sets needed for some of the exercises will be distributed to the class via the course website.
This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Sampling distributions and properties of estimators [C. Functional form and linearity. Transformations and dummy variables [6. The effect of ecknometric [4. Specification and Computation A.
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Econometric Theory and Methods - by Russell Davidson and James G. MacKinnon
Mackinjon stage least squares [ ARDL bound test approach. Multivariate calculus, matrix algebra, probability and distribution theory, statistical inference, and an introduction to the multiple linear regression model. Generalities about sampling distributions [C. Non- and Semiparametrics A. Two step estimation [ Appendices A and B in Greene are assumed.
A panel data model with random effects [9. Modeling in economics B. A useful list of errata and comments submitted by readers of the text are listed at the website for the text, http: Dynamic panel data models [ Nonlinear regression and nonlinear least squares [ Specific modelling frameworks will include the linear regression model and extensions to models for panel data, multiple equation models, time series models and models for discrete choice.
Applications becoming increasingly common. One of the most influential methodological pieces sincein close competition with Dickey-Fuller on unit roots.
EconPapers: Econometric Theory and Methods - by Russell Davidson and James G. MacKinnon
Other texts that might be useful are: Partitioned regression and the Frisch-Waugh theorem [3. Least squares with restrictions [5.
Sampling distributions [Example 4. A major step toward robust estimation in econometrics. Applications of two step, feasible GLS estimation 1.
Davidson and MacKinnon -- Econometric Theory and Methods
I also assign Greene's excellent Econometric Analysis for its coverage of a long list of techniques. Models for counts [ Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this journal to your organisation's collection. Methods of Estimation A. The J test for nonnested models [7.