Analog Estimation Methods in Econometrics
by Charles F. Manski
Publisher: Chapman and Hall 1988
This book presents familiar elements of estimation theory from an analog perspective. It discusses recent developments in the theory of analog estimation and presents new results that offer flexibility in empirical research. The book seeks to raise questions and to stimulate further research.
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