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Commercial Econometrics (1,955 Books)


Econometrics may be defined generally as the 'application of mathematics and statistical methods to the analysis of economic data.' Theoretical econometrics considers questions about the statistical properties of estimators in an economic model. Those properties may permit testing an economic hypothesis as to its acceptance or rejection on the basis of statistical inferences from the available data set.

 
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Montana Economic Indicators : 1974 Volume 3, No. 3

By: Montana State Employment Service. Research and Analysis

Continued by: Montana economic indicators, ISSN 0146-4302, issued by: Montana. Division of Employment Security. Research and Analysis

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Montana Economic Indicators : 1973 Volume 2, No. 4

By: Montana State Employment Service. Research and Analysis

Continued by: Montana economic indicators, ISSN 0146-4302, issued by: Montana. Division of Employment Security. Research and Analysis

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Montana Economic Indicators : 1975 Volume 4, No. 3

By: Montana State Employment Service. Research and Analysis

Continued by: Montana economic indicators, ISSN 0146-4302, issued by: Montana. Division of Employment Security. Research and Analysis

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Montana Economic Indicators : Volume 1972 V. 1, No. 2

By: Montana State Employment Service. Research and Analysis
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Montana Economic Indicators : Volume 1973 V. 2, No. 1

By: Montana State Employment Service. Research and Analysis
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Montana Economic Indicators : Volume 1975 V. 4, No. 2

By: Montana State Employment Service. Research and Analysis
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Multicollinearity in Regression Analysis; The Problem Revisited

By: Farrar, Donald Eugene; Glauber, Robert R.
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A Note on Regression Analysis and Its Misinterpretations

By: Soelberg, Peer (Peer Olav)
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Multivariate Measures of Profile Similarity for the Objective Stra...

By: Farrar, Donald Eugene
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Report of the Committee on the Preservation and Use of Economic Da...

By: Richard Ruggles, Richard Miller, Edwin Kuh, Stanley Lebergott, Guy Orcutt, Joseph Pechman,

Subject: Data preservation; Social science data; Ruggles; TIA; National Data Center; IADeposit

This is the 1965 report of the Committee on the Preservation and Use of Economic Data to the Social Science Research Council. The Ruggles Report was a report discussed federally created economic data and the roles and responsibilities of federal agencies and research institutions in the preservation and use of economic data. The report Evaluated and gave an inventory of punchcards and Computer Tapes of Economic Data held by Federal Agencies. The report was one of the fir...

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Appendix D5 : Aggregate Economic Analysis

By: The World Bank

Economics

APPENDIX D5: AGGREGATE ECONOMIC ANALYSIS...

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Roads Economic Decision Model (Red) for Economic Evaluation of Low...

By: Rodrigo S. Archondo Callao

Economics

The decision-making process for the development and maintenance of low-volume rural roads suffers from the lack of a customized economic evaluation tool. The World Bank?s Highway Design and Maintenance Standards Model (HDM-III) (1) and the forthcoming Highway Development and Management Model (HDM-4), being developed by the International Study of Highway Development and Management Tools, present a good framework for the economic evaluation of road investments and maintena...

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Session C4 : Economic Analysis and Evaluation Research Presentatio...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Introductory Remarks on the Importance of Economic Analysis and Evaluation Research – Elyce Biddle - The Why, What, When & How are questions that need to be asked when conducting economic analysis on intervention/strategy evaluations - The Why answers if proposed interventions are suitable and feasible, if the intervention produces the desired results or have un expected benefits or results, and if the intervention is effective for the target population, public and simil...

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Regression Analysis

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: As indicated in the previous chapter (from page 59 onwards) querying of data grids in GIS can give you a first indication of relations between different factors. To get a more precise idea you have to carry out a statistical analysis on the available data. Regression analysis is a simple statistical tool to look at correlations between two or more types of data and is the most commonly used statistical technique in fisheries biology. First a refresher of the bas...

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Appendix F : Statistical Methods

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: This appendix provides guidance on the statistical analysis of waste testing and environmental monitoring data. You should select the statistical test during the Data Quality Assessment (DQA) phase after you review the data quality objectives, the sampling design, and the characteristics of the data set. See guidance provided in Section 8. The statistical methods in this appendix are appropriate for use in evaluating sample analysis results when comparing consti...

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Methods for Economic Evaluation of Highways Investments and Mainte...

By: The World Bank

Economics

The Highway Design and Maintenance Standard Model (HDM) is a computer program for analyzing the total transport costs of alternative road improvement and maintenance strategies through life-cycle economic evaluation. The program provides detailed modeling of pavement deterioration and maintenance effects, and calculates annual costs of road construction, maintenance, vehicle operation, and travel time. Accidents and other impacts can be added exogenously to the economic ...

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Economic Analysis for Decision-Making

By: Department of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: REISSUANCE AND PURPOSE. This Instruction ... 1.1. Reissues reference (a) to implement policy, and update responsibilities and procedures for conducting cost-effectiveness economic analysis for evaluating the costs and benefits of investment alternatives under reference (b) ... 1.2. Continues to authorize the Defense Economic Analysis Council. The Council shall continue to pursue uniform economic policy throughout the Department of Defense, resolve any issues tha...

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Current and Emerging Issues for Economic Analysis and Policy Resea...

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: FAO publishes an edition of Current and Emerging Issues for Economic Analysis and Policy Research (CUREMIS) on a bi-annual basis. This CUREMIS project was created in response to the recommendations of a High Level Panel of external experts invited by the Director-General of FAO to provide suggestions on the future orientation of FAO?s analytical work on economic and policy aspects of food and agriculture. The panel recommended that the research priorities of the...

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Biostatistics Statistical Methods in Common Use in Tropical Fisher...

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: This chapter contains a brief description of some statistical methods in common use in tropical fishery biology and introduces the statistical notation adopted in the manual. It serves as a refresher and reference point, but is not intended as a textbook in its own right. The amount of literature on statistical methods is staggering, so there is no problem if you want to do further studies in biostatistics. Only two references are given here. The book ?Biometry?...

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Economic Evaluation Abstraction Form Version 3. 0

By: Department of Health and Human Services

This economic abstraction form is used for the Guide to Community Preventive Services (the Community Guide) to systematically abstract data from economic evaluation studies and to adjust results when appropriate to allow for greater comparability between studies employing differing methodologies. Two reviewers will read each article, and each reviewer will complete a copy of the form. Once differing responses are reconciled by members of the Economic Review Team for the ...

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