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Essays in honor of Jerry Hausman.


Essays in honor of Jerry Hausman.

Ed. by Badi H. Baltagi, R. Carter Hill, Whitney K. Newey and Halbert L. White.

Emerald Group Publishing


559 pages



Advances in economics; v.29


This volume in the Advances in Econometrics series includes research papers on the theory and practice of econometrics related to or inspired by the work of Jerry Hausman, professor of economics at MIT and a noted econometrician. The papers are divided into three sections: estimation, panel data, and specification testing. Topics include: a minimum mean squared error semiparametric combining estimator, using panel data to examine racial and gender differences in debt burdens, and the Hausman test and some alternatives with heteroskedastic data. Editors are Baltagi (Syracuse U.), Hill (Louisiana State U.)and Newey (MIT), White, U. of California). Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution.

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Title Annotation:'Advances in Economics, vol. 29'
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Date:Feb 1, 2013
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