CFM 14

William C. Hood and Tjalling C. Koopmans, eds., Studies in Econometric Method, John Wiley & Sons, 1953 [9,518 kb] [Table of Contents]


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Preliminary Pages [i-xx]
Chapter
1 Economic Measurements for Policy and Prediction, by Jacob Marschak [1]
2 Identification Problems in Economic Model Construction, by Tjalling C. Koopmans [27]
3 Causal Ordering and Identifiability, by Herbert A. Simon [49]
4 Methods of Measuring the Marginal Propensity to Consume, by Trygve Haavelmo [75]
5 Statistical Analysis of the Demand for Food: Example of Simultaneous Estimation of Structural Equations, by M.A. Girshick and Trygve Haavelmo [92]
6 The Estimation of Simultaneous Linear Economic Relationships, by Tjalling C. Koopmans and William C. Hood [112]
7 Asymptotic Properties of Limited-Information Estimates under Generalized Conditions, by Herman Chernoff and Herman Rubin [200]
8 An Example of Loss of Efficiency in Structural Estimation, by S.G. Allen, Jr. [213]
9 Sources and Size of Leasst-Squares Bias in a Two-Equation Model, by Jean Bronfenbrenner [221]
10 The Computation of Maximum-Likelihood Estimates of Linear Structural Equations, by Herman Chernoff and Nathan Divinsky [236]
Corrections to Statistical Inference in Dynamic Economic Models, Cowles Commission Monograph 10 [303]
References [305]
Index of Names & Subject Index [313]