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Econometric Theory, 2002, vol. 18, issue 4, 1000-1006
There are six factors that can enhance or weaken an econometrics text: coverage, lucidity, speed, independence, examples, and exercises. With clear explanations and a smooth pace, Fumio Hayashi's Econometrics succeeds as a solid first-year graduate text. The ample empirical applications examples reflect the author's research interest—applied econometrics—and make the work best suited for students sharing that interest.
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