The Theory and Practice of Econometrics, 2nd Edition
This broadly based graduate-level textbook covers the major models and statistical tools currently used in the practice of econometrics. It examines the classical, the decision theory, and the Bayesian approaches, and contains material on single equation and simultaneous equation econometric models. Includes an extensive reference list for each topic.
SAMPLING THEORY AND BAYESIAN APPROACHES TO INFERENCE.
The Classical Inference Approach for the General Linear Model.
Statistical Decision Theory and Biased Estimation.
The Bayesian Approach to Inference.
INFERENCE IN GENERAL STATISTICAL MODELS AND TIME SERIES.
Some Asymptotic Theory and Other General Results for the Linear Statistical Model.
Nonlinear Statistical Models.
Finite Distributed Lags.
Infinite Distributed Lags.
SOME ALTERNATIVE COVARIANCE STRUCTURES.
Disturbance-Related Sets of Regression Equations.
Inference in Models that Combine Time Series and Cross-Sectional Data.
INFERENCE IN SIMULTANEOUS EQUATION MODELS.
Specification and Identification in Simultaneous Equation Models.
Estimation and Inference in a System of Simultaneous Equations.
Multiple Time Series and Systems of Dynamic Simultaneous Equations.
FURTHER MODEL EXTENSIONS.
Qualitative and Limited Dependent Variable Models.
Varying and Random Coefficient Models.
On Selecting the Set of Aggressors.