Introductory Econometrics

There was a revolution in econometrics during the 1980s, with particularly interesting developments in Britain and Europe. Introductory Econometrics, second edition, has been revised to incorporate all the latest developments and covers standard econometric theories, many of which are confusing to undergraduate students. This book aims to explain all the standard theories in a simple, concise manner. production functions and demand for money and also provides a combination of theory and applications. Each chapter contains exercises for subject revision and new chapters include: maximum likelihood estimation; extensions of classical linear model; breakdowns in classical assumptions; lagged variables. BA economics, MSc economics and non-specialist econometricians courses.