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Evgenii Evgenievich Slutsky (or Slutskii)

b. 7 April 1880 (o.s.) d. 10 March 1948
  • E. Seneta
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Abstract

Slutsky contributed to the understanding of stochastic convergence. He made important contributions to econometrics; in time series analysis the Slutsky effect is named after him.

Keywords

Steklov Institute Time Series Analysis Stationary Random Process Biographical Sketch Stochastic Convergence 
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