Econometric Introduction

  • Robert P. Parks
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Abstract

This chapter provides a brief overview of econometric methods, techniques and problems. There are many texts available for further reading both at the elementary level [11, 13, 15] and also at the more advanced level (see Johnston [10]).

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© J. D. Byers, E. Greenberg, David F. Heathfield, Kenneth Hilton, George McKenzie, Robert P. Parks, P. G. Saunders, D. J. Taylor, M. C. Timbrell 1976

Authors and Affiliations

  • Robert P. Parks
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  1. 1.Washington UniversitySt LouisUSA

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