Theory Of Econometrics Koutsoyiannis Ebook 25
Theory of Econometrics Koutsoyiannis Ebook 25
Theory of Econometrics is a classic textbook on econometric methods by A. Koutsoyiannis, a Greek economist and professor. The book was first published in 1973 and has been revised and updated several times since then. The latest edition, the second edition, was published in 2001 and has 699 pages.
The book covers the basic concepts and techniques of econometrics, such as the nature and scope of econometrics, the linear regression model, the classical normal linear regression model, hypothesis testing, multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity, autocorrelation, specification errors, simultaneous equation models, identification, estimation, and testing of simultaneous equation models, time series analysis, forecasting, and nonlinear models. The book also includes many examples and exercises to illustrate the application of econometric methods to real-world problems.
The book is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students of economics, as well as researchers and practitioners who want to learn more about econometric methods and their applications. The book is written in a clear and concise style, with rigorous mathematical derivations and proofs. The book assumes that the reader has a basic knowledge of calculus, matrix algebra, and statistics.
The book is available as an ebook in PDF and EPUB formats from various online sources. One of them is the Internet Archive, where you can download the book for free or read it online. Another source is Google Books, where you can preview some pages of the book or buy it from the publisher. You can also find the book in Open Library, where you can borrow it or contribute to its cataloging.
If you are interested in learning more about econometrics and its applications, Theory of Econometrics by A. Koutsoyiannis is a valuable resource that you can use to enhance your knowledge and skills.