econometrics

[ US /ɪˌkɑnəˈmɛtɹɪks/ ]
NOUN
  1. the application of mathematics and statistics to the study of economic and financial data
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How To Use econometrics In A Sentence

  • The surplus labor ratio is estimated. Econometrics models are used to analyze working hours.
  • For Jan, econometrics is essential in economic research, a vision that was, and still is, being contested. The Tinbergen Brothers
  • The purpose of the present paper is to investigate the diversity of research strength for Australian universities in the broad discipline areas of economics, econometrics, finance and accounting.
  • Another important breakthrough in econometrics was achieved by James The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 1969-2006
  • This summary reveals that the highest concentration of women's research interests is in econometrics and quantitative Economics.
  • Structural equation models were first introduced into genetics, econometrics, and social science.
  • These people are not economists with degrees in econometrics; they are not accountants.
  • He was one of a quadrumvirate of Norwegians who developed much of the basis for modern econometrics.
  • In the social sciences, economics and econometrics are the most widespread and highly developed fields.
  • The surplus labor ratio is estimated. Econometrics models are used to analyze working hours.
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