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Readership: Undergraduate students on economics degrees or on non-specialist economics masters courses, also students on finance degrees.
Christopher Dougherty, Senior Lecturer in Economics, London School of Economics
Dr Christopher Dougherty is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at the London
School of Economics.
Review(s) from previous edition"It is the best introductory text for undergraduates on the market in my opinion.
- Bruce Morley, Bath University
"I highly recommend this book to any students who first plan to take introductory economic courses. The study guide, box examples, and well-balanced theory and empirical questions set this book apart from other books.
" - Dr. Jong H. Kim, American University of Sharjah
"The main advantage of this book is its clarity and user-friendliness.
" - Paul Turner, University of Loughborough
"I have described it to colleagues and students as one of the best textbooks ever written. I recommend no other book to my econometrics class.
" - Richard Walker, Northwestern University, USA
"An approach that is theoretically rigorous, but also non-mathematical, sets this textbook apart from many other introductory texts.
" - John Goddard, Bangor Business School
1: Simple regression analysis
2: Properties of regression coefficients and hypothesis testing
3: Multiple regression analysis
4: Transformation of variables
5: Dummy variables
6: Specification regression variables: a preliinary skirmish
8: Stochastic regressors and measurement errors
9: Simultaneous equations estimation
10: Binary choice models and maximum likelihood Estimation
11: Models using time series data
13: Introduction to nonstationary time series
14: Introduction to panel data models