Contributions to Modern Econometrics: From Data Analysis to by Takeshi Amemiya, Dongseok Kim (auth.), Ingo Klein, Stefan

By Takeshi Amemiya, Dongseok Kim (auth.), Ingo Klein, Stefan Mittnik (eds.)

The box of econometrics has passed through striking adjustments over the past thirty-five years. Widening its prior specialize in trying out macroeconomic theories, it has turn into a slightly complete self-discipline concemed with the improvement of statistical equipment and their program to the entire spectrum of financial facts. This improvement turns into obvious while the biography of an econometrician whose illustrious learn and educating profession began approximately thirty-five years in the past and who will retire very quickly after his sixty fifth birthday. this is often Gerd Hansen, professor of econometrics on the Christian Albrechts college at Kiel and to whom this quantity with contributions from colleagues and scholars has been devoted. He has formed the econometric panorama in and past Germany all through those thirty-five years. on the finish of the Sixties he built one of many first econometric versions for the German econ­ omy which adhered c10sely to the traditions placed forth through the Cowles commission.

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