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Microeconometrics and MATLAB: An Introduction 1st Edition, Kindle Edition
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Abi Adams is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Oxford, a Research Fellow at the Institute of Fiscal Studies and a Cowles Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow. Her research focuses on consumer choice, with a particular interest in nonparametric methods and revealed preference theory. Damian Clarke is a DPhil (PhD) student in economics at the University of Oxford, with research focusing on maternal and child health and education, fertility and family size, and applied microeconometrics. Damian has worked for a range of international organisations and government bodies in Latin America and in West Africa. Simon Quinn is an Associate Professor of Economics and a Deputy Director of the Centre for the Study of African Economies at the University of Oxford. Simon's research interests lie primarily in the study of firms and development.
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STATA is great for cleaning data
12 May 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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STATA is great for cleaning data, and running prepackaged regressions, but every once in a while it is necessary to write up one's own original estimation routines. The process of translating econometric models into code can be challenging and that's where this book shines. The authors gently guide readers through the process of translating well known economic models (e.g. multinomial logit, IO-esque entry models, etc) into functional MATLAB code. I highly recommend it to students suffering through the first year of an econ PhD sequence (I wish I had this book back then!), and to more advanced students looking to refine their understanding of econometric models and coding.
24 May 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Good book for Matlab.