econometrician

NOUN
  1. an economist who uses statistical and mathematical methods
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How To Use econometrician In A Sentence

  • As an econometrician I have my doubts about the ratio of a non-stationary quantity and a stationary one.
  • One is the data set might be too small -- what econometricians call "collinear" -- and the other is that the assumptions that you need are not really credible. Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Except for economic theorists and econometricians, few members of the community appreciated the genius of a man who lived among them for 63 years.
  • Economists and econometricians are familiar with the concept of a lag.
  • The choice is not a trivial one - for at least twenty years leading economists and econometricians in business, government and academia have argued both sides of this issue.
  • As an econometrician I have my doubts about the ratio of a non-stationary quantity and a stationary one.
  • Well, let's face it, you just aren't an econometrician, but I am… so trust me on this one.
  • He has written that such attempts rely on the "ramstam methods adopted by over-eager or just simple econometricians".
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