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ECON 4370: Econometrics

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

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

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)