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Econometric Analysis of Cross Section and Panel Data Hardcover – Dec 31 2008
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I highly recommend this book for graduate classes in econometrics. We have used it at MIT and the students find it extremely helpful. Wooldridge covers topics in a highly readable and insightful way.(Jerry Hausman, John and Jennie S. MacDonald Professor of Economics, MIT)
In this leading econometrics textbook, Wooldridge offers a very good explanation of the basics of the field--making it a great resource for econometrics students -- and a contemporary treatment of many important topics, making it a wonderful reference for researchers as well. The new edition provides clear explanations of many recent developments.(Whitney Newey, Jane Berkowitz Carlton and Dennis William Carlton Professor of Microeconomics, MIT)
This second edition provides a comprehensive, accessible, and updated treatment of cross section and panel data methods. The book is full of useful insights, applications, and worked problems. It will serve as an invaluable textbook and reference for graduate students and researchers alike.(Richard Blundell, Institute for Fiscal Studies, University College London)
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Jeffrey M. Wooldridge is University Distinguished Professor of Economics at Michigan State University and a Fellow of the Econometric Society.
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Compared to other books on the topic, it is a very understandable book, but only COMPARED to those books. You do not have to be a Mathematician to understand it, but you must be at least intermediate in econometrics (after Gujarati or an intermediate course).