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the application of mathematics and statistics to the study of economic and financial data

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Scrutinising the properties of time series data, this book examines the procedures and tools of contemporaneous econometrics and investigates systematic application of econometric methods to economic data.
CFI is based on AIQ's proprietary database, which is six years in the making and consists of more than 1,500 demographic, psychographic, attitudinal and econometric attributes.
Each of the said stages is required for a correct econometric procedure.
At the time of his death, he had just completed his latest work [5] (1), A Continuous Time Econometric Model of the United Kingdom with Stochastic Trends.
The chapters cover virtually all topics discussed in standard econometric courses, whether undergraduate or graduate.
In her cost-benefit analysis, published in the November/December 2002 issue of Medical Decision Making, Brown applied econometric modeling to those earlier data and found that the expenses incurred in inspection, abatement, medical care, and special education in homes in the limited enforcement area totaled more than $101,000 over 10 years.
Therefore, past econometric tests are wrong in their assumption that the IMF is having an effect only when it has a policy in implementation.
Thomson will continue to distribute econometric data through its Datastream Research Services unit.
In off-site surveillance, supervisors rely primarily on two analytical tools: supervisory screens and econometric models.
Stratecasts' ongoing interviews with casting users and econometric experts who have been analyzing the first quarter of 1999 indicate that many market sectors continue to strengthen while others are slowing.
WEFA is the only econometric forecasting firm with an internally consistent and integrated set of industry, regional, and country forecasting models.
There's been a profit slowdown from the end of last year,'' said Rajeev Dhawan, director of econometric forecasting at the University of California, Los Angeles, Anderson Forecasting Project.
Even for readers who are familiar with recent French history, measurement of industrial conflict, econometric modeling, and analysis of contentious politics, her book sets quite a challenge.
This plainly politicized paper has thrust the lending discrimination issue to the forefront of regulatory policy in banking, notwithstanding an econometric model that is highly suspect conceptually and poor as a predictor, variables defined poorly, and findings that disappear upon deletion of six observations out of about 3,000.