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NEW DIRECTIONS IN ECONOMETRIC PRACTICE, SECOND EDITION

General to Specific Modelling, Cointegration and Vector Autoregression Wojciech W. Charemza, Professor of Economics and Derek F. Deadman, former Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of Leicester, UK
The second edition of this widely acclaimed text presents a thoroughly up-to-date intuitive account of recent developments in econometrics. It continues to present the frontiers of research in an accessible form for non-specialist econometricians, advanced undergraduates and graduate students wishing to carry out applied econometric research.
Extent: 360 pp
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Publication Date: 1997
ISBN: 978 1 85898 600 5
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Publication Date: 1997
ISBN: 978 1 85898 603 6
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The second edition of this widely acclaimed text presents a thoroughly up-to-date intuitive account of recent developments in econometrics. It continues to present the frontiers of research in an accessible form for non-specialist econometricians, advanced undergraduates and graduate students wishing to carry out applied econometric research.

This new edition contains substantially revised chapters on cointegration and vector autoregressive (VAR) modelling, reflecting the developments that have been made in these important areas since the first edition. Special attention is given to the Dickey–Pantula approach and the testing for the order of integration of a variable in the presence of a structural break. For VAR models, impulse response analysis is explained and illustrated. There is also a detailed but intuitive explanation of the Johansen method, an increasingly popular technique. The text contains specially constructed and original tables of critical values for a wide range of tests for stationarity and cointegration. These tables are for Dickey–Fuller tests, Dickey–Hasza–Fuller and HEGY seasonal integration tests and the Perron ‘additive outlier’ integration test.
‘. . . the authors are to be congratulated on producing a highly readable guide to econometric modelling. . . Many novices and practitioners will find this book a useful introduction to the area of econometric modelling.’
– Michael Clements, Journal of Applied Econometrics
Contents: Preface to Second Edition Preface 1. Traditional Methodology in Retrospect 2. Data Mining 3. Origins of a Modern Methodology: the DHSY Consumption Function 4. General to Specific Modelling 5. Cointegration Analysis 6. Vector Autoregression: Forecasting, Causality and Cointegration 7. Exogeneity and Structural Invariance 8. Non-nested Models, Encompassing and Model Selection References Index