Top 10 critiques of econometrics

20 November, 2016 at 11:01 | Posted in Statistics & Econometrics | Comments Off on Top 10 critiques of econometrics


•Achen, Christopher (1982). Interpreting and using regression. SAGE

•Berk, Richard (2004). Regression Analysis: A Constructive Critique. SAGE

•Freedman, David (1991). ‘Statistical Models and Shoe Leather’. Sociological Methodology

•Kennedy, Peter (2002).  ‘Sinning in the Basement: What are the Rules? The Ten Commandments of Applied Econometrics’. Journal of Economic Surveys

•Keynes, John Maynard (1939). ‘Professor Tinbergen’s method’. Economic Journal

•Klees, Steven (2016). ‘Inferences from regression analysis: are they valid?’ Real-World Economics Review

•Lawson, Tony (1989). ‘Realism and instrumentalism in the development of econometrics’. Oxford Economic Papers

•Leamer, Edward (1983). ‘Let’s take the con out of econometrics’. American Economic Review

•Lieberson, Stanley (1987). Making it count: the improvement of social research and theory. University of California Press

•Zaman, Asad (2012). ‘Methodological Mistakes and Econometric Consequences’. International Econometric Review


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