计量经济学导论The intuitive approach of Introduction to Econometrics uses interesting applications to motivate theory and theory to match the applications. Students come away with a thorough understanding of econometrics and of the relationships on which people, businesses, and governments base their decisions. Theory is closely matched to the applicationsilluminating the vitality and relevance of econometrics, and the choice of topicsincluding an introduction to program evaluation; panel data methods; instrumental variables regression; and regression with time series datareflects the best of contemporary applied econometrics. This text is designed for the Introductory Econometrics course. The goal of Introduction to Econometrics is to provide the most modern treatment of econometrics available, using theory and applications that match realworld theory and data. 
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Review: Introduction to Econometrics (AddisonWesley Series in Economics)
User Review  Joseph  GoodreadsThis is a decent undergraduate econometrics textbook, but I think that "Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach" by Jeffrey Wooldridge is a much better choice for learning econometrics. For this book, the Introduction to Econometrics website provides some useful links and resources. Read full review
Review: Introduction to Econometrics (AddisonWesley Series in Economics)
User Review  GoodreadsThis is a decent undergraduate econometrics textbook, but I think that "Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach" by Jeffrey Wooldridge is a much better choice for learning econometrics. For this book, the Introduction to Econometrics website provides some useful links and resources. Read full review
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