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ECON 4370: Econometrics: Home

Data sources and information for Professor John Huston's ECON 4370: Econometrics course

Amartya Sen--1998 Nobel Prize

Dr. Sen will speak in Laurie Auditorium, Trinity Univ. at 7:30 p.m. on April 7, 2016. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1998 for his contributions to welfare economics. (TU press release here)


Welcome and General Information

Welcome to the library guide for Professor Huston's ECON 4370: Econometrics course. This guide is meant as a starting point and a resource for you as you work on assignments related to econometrics, whether or not you are in Professor Huston's course.

Please feel free to contact Alex Gallin-Parisi, liaison librarian for economics, with any questions about your research. Bring it on!

"What distinguishes an econometrician from a statistician is the former's preoccupation with the problems caused by violations of statisticians' standard assumptions; owing to the nature of economic relationships and the lack of controlled experimentation, these assumptions are seldom met." --Peter Kennedy, A Guide to Econometrics, Fifth Edition (2003), p.1

Oh, hello there! I'm your librarian. Contact me.

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Alex Gallin-Parisi
Coates Library, Office 314


Phone: 210-999-7693

"Everyone is welcome here" artwork by Micah Bazant

Your emergency backup librarian Jan-Feb 2016

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Chris Nolan
325C Coates Library
(administrative suite)

Office hours:
by appointment or drop-in