A good introduction to the field of econometrics. Ideal for most 2nd year Undergraduate Introduction to Econometics courses. Covers all the basic topics in a clear and concise manner. I found this book complemented my course very well. If your looking for a more technical treatment of the subject matter, ideal for 3rd year Undergraduate or 1st year Postgraduate, then try either William H.Greene's Econometric Analysis Econometric Analysis or Damodar Gujarati's Basic Econometrics Basic Econometrics 4/e
Detailed but user-friendly. Intuitive yet precise. Thorough but concise. Abstract yet practical. A very handy book to have. Well-written, easy to read, well-structured, provides plenty of (intuitive) explanation and examples to illustrate principles and concepts. It tends to repeat itself but then again, it allows for chapters to be independent of each other, so that they can be used for a reference as well as learning.
this book, i mean the content actually is great, easy to understand. But the quality and printing is not good. like pirate. lack of several chapters of the original book. maybe this is how this international version looks like. Personally, I would not recommend this version.
Have been using this for my introductory to econometrics module and is incredibly helpful. Doesn't go overboard on the maths and proofs but is able to explains concepts really well to give you a good understanding of econometrics and how to use it.