**Efficient Estimation With A Priori Information**

by Thomas J. Rothenberg

**Publisher**: Yale University Press 1973**ISBN/ASIN**: 0300016077**ISBN-13**: 9780300016079**Number of pages**: 188

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This book presents an attempt at unifying certain aspects of econometric theory by embedding them in a more general statistical framework. The unifying feature is the use of a priori information and the basic tool is the traditional Cramer-Rao inequality.

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