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LSE and Econometrics

  • Jim ThomasEmail author
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Abstract

Given Lionel Robbins’s scepticism about the value of regression analysis, early LSE contributions to econometrics came from members of the Statistics Department, such as Arthur Bowley and Roy Allen. Much later, with the arrival of Bill Phillips, Rex Bergstrom, Denis Sargan and the graduate students he trained, the School developed the leading econometrics group in the UK for a time, with a distinctive ‘LSE Tradition in Econometrics’. This involved both econometric theory and methodology. With the retirement of Sargan and David Hendry’s move to Oxford, the econometric emphasis at LSE changed under Peter Robinson, with important applied econometric work being carried out across several of the School’s research institutions.

Keywords

Bill Phillips Denis Sargan David Hendry Peter Robinson LSE Tradition in Econometrics 

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  1. 1.London School of EconomicsUniversity of LondonLondonUK

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