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Econometric Methods and Applications presents the most significant published work of G.S. Maddala who has made many important contributions to the development of econometrics in the late twentieth century. These two volumes reprint acclaimed and widely cited articles including, among many others, his early work on the bituminous coal industry, his criticisms of the pseudo-data approach and his paper with S.K. Singh on size distribution of incomes. These volumes include sections on Production Functions and Productivity, Distributed Lag Models, Panel Data, Pseudo Data, Simultaneous Equations Models, Income Distribution, Tests for Rationality, Qualitative Variable Models, Limited Dependent Variable Models, Self-Selection Models, Disequilibrium Models and Money and Finance. The specially written introductions to each part include reassessments by the author of his papers in the light of subsequent work on these areas and the development of the subject as a whole. These books also contain an autobiographical essay in which Professor Maddala outlines his personal history, from his initial ambition to become a Sanskrit scholar to his early experience of econometrics.
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The late G.S. Maddala, formerly University Eminent Scholar, Department of Economics, Ohio State University, USReview:
The breadth and scope of Maddala's research over 36 years is impressive....These volumes would make useful additions to any econometrician's reference library. -- - Journal of the American Statistical Association, June 2000
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