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A mini-dictionary of English econometric terminology I (in Russian)

Alexander Tsyplakov

Quantile, 2007, issue 3, 67-72

Abstract: This dictionary comments on some English econometric terms: dummy, sample, population, score, inference. Emphasis is placed on accurate definitions of their meaning to avoid possible confusion and incorrect interpretation.

Date: 2007
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