Essential Statistics, Regression, and Econometrics [FULL]This book is uncommonly approachable and easy to use, with extensive word problems that emphasize intuition and understanding. Too many students mistakenly believe that statistics courses are too abstract, mathematical, and tedious to be useful or interesting. To demonstrate the power, elegance, and even beauty of statistical reasoning, this book provides hundreds of new and updated interesting and relevant examples, and discusses not only the uses but also the abuses of statistics. The examples are drawn from many areas to show that statistical reasoning is not an irrelevant abstraction, but an important part of everyday life. Undergraduate and graduate students taking Econometrics or Regression courses - required in many economics, business, finance, politics, sociology, and psychology departments, as well as in some law and medical schools. It is clear and well-written and contains a wealth of interesting examples, exercises, and historical anecdotes.
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Essential Statistics, Regression, and Econometrics provides students with a readable, deep understanding of the key statistical topics they need to understand in an econometrics course. It is innovative in its focus, including real data, pitfalls in data analysis, and modeling issues including functional forms, causality, and instrumental variables. This book is unusually readable and non-intimidating, with extensive word problems that emphasize intuition and understanding. Exercises range from easy to challenging and the examples are substantial and real, to help the students remember the technique better. Within its eleven chapters