Econometrics
theoretical foundations and empirical perspectives
Nachane, Dilip M.
creator
text
New Delhi
Oxford University Press
c2006
monographic
xv, 868 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
"This important new textbook written especially for Indian students, researchers, and teachers comprehensively covers both the theory and the applications aspects of econometrics. It presents a balanced approach to the subject in which the 'how' and 'why' - techniques and programmes as well as empirical illustrations - share an equal emphasis. Developed as a self-contained text and assumes only a basic knowledge of algebra and calculus."--Jacket
Foundations of probability and related statistical concepts
Introduction
Mathematical preliminaries
Axiomatic approach to probability
Elements of measure theory and lebesgue integration
Random variables and distribution functions
Moments, generating functions and cumulants
Classical inference
Asymptotic theory
Estimation theory
Hypothesis testing theory
Linear regression models
Single equation models
General linear model
relaxation of assumptions (part I)
General linear model
relaxation of assumptions (part II)
Simultaneous equation models
Time series models (including VARs and spectral analysis)
Time series analysis (Box-Jenkins methods)
Univariate spectral analysis
Time series analysis : further topics
Multivariate time series modelling
Dynamic econometric methods (including causality, exogeneity, unit roots, and cointegration)
Forecasting theory and methods
Causality and exogeneity
Unit roots and fractional differencing
Cointegration
A methodological epilogue
/ Dilip M. Nachane
Includes index
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Econometrics
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