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by John Taylor Williams,Patrick T. Brandt

Author: John Taylor Williams,Patrick T. Brandt
Subcategory: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (September 21, 2006)
Pages: 120 pages
Category: Math and Science
Rating: 4.6
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Series: Sage university papers series. Quantitative applications in the social sciences.

Authors Patrick T. Brandt and John T. Williams focus on vector autoregression (VAR) models as a generalization of these other approaches and discuss specification, estimation, and inference using these models. Series: Sage university papers series. B73 010016 51.  5-dc22 This book is printed on acid-free paper.

This book amazingly introduces multiple time series on varied levels to help the reader to understand their . Series: Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences (Book 148).

This book amazingly introduces multiple time series on varied levels to help the reader to understand their assumptions, their four approaches, how to build theories to accompany their modeling, and how to interpret their results. This book would be quite an initiation, sweet and succinct, in advanced undergraduate and graduate courses on time series. In addition, it is a useful and reliable resource. this book also makes a fun reading!"- (04/16/2007). Paperback: 120 pages.

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Multiple Time Series Models presents many specification choices and . Brandt is an Assistant Professor of Political Science in the School of Social Science at the University of Texas at Dallas

Multiple Time Series Models presents many specification choices and special challenges. Brandt is an Assistant Professor of Political Science in the School of Social Science at the University of Texas at Dallas. He has published in the American Journal of Political Science and Political Analysis.

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This book amazingly introduces multiple time series on varied levels to help the reader to understand their assumptions .

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Описание: This book is focused on using mathematics in the social sciences.

Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, John R. Freeman, Jon C. Pevehouse and Matthew P. Hitt cover a wide range of topics including ARIMA models, time series regression, unit-root diagnosis, vector autoregressive models, error-correction models, intervention models, fractional integration, ARCH models, structural breaks, and forecasting. Описание: Time series, or longitudinal, data are ubiquitous in the social sciences. Описание: This book is focused on using mathematics in the social sciences.

Multiple Time Series Models introduces researchers and students to the different approaches to modeling multivariate time series data including simultaneous equations, ARIMA, error correction models, and vector autoregression. Authors Patrick T. Brandt and John T. Williams focus on vector autoregression (VAR) models as a generalization of these other approaches and discuss specification, estimation, and inference using these models.