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Advances in Economics and Econometrics

Advances in Economics and Econometrics

Tenth World Congress Volume 2: Applied Economics

Tenth World Congress Volume 1: Economic Theory

eBook forthcoming

Edited by Daron Acemoglu Massachusetts Institute of Technology Manuel Arellano Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros (CEMFI), Madrid

eBook forthcoming

and Eddie Dekel Northwestern University and Tel Aviv University

Advances in Economics and Econometrics

The first of three volumes containing edited versions of papers and commentaries presented at invited symposium sessions of the Tenth World Congress of the Econometric Society 2010. The papers interpret key developments in economics and econometrics and discuss future directions for a variety of topics, covering both theory and application. • The most important summative statements of key topics in today’s economies • Written by world-class, internationally known scholars • The most rigorous, focused analyses of these subjects available anywhere July 2013 228 x 152 mm 507pp 14 b/w illus. 1 table 978-1-107-01604-0 £ 110.00 HB 978-1-107-63810-5 £ 38.00 PB

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Tenth World Congress Volume 3: Econometrics

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Advances in Economics and Econometrics

Dynamic Models for Volatility and Heavy Tails

Tenth World Congress 3 volume paperback set

With Applications to Financial and Economic Time Series

Edited by Daron Acemoglu Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Andrew C. Harvey University of Cambridge

Manuel Arellano Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros (CEMFI), Madrid and Eddie Dekel Northwestern University and Tel Aviv University

‘This collection of papers gives an up-to-date review of the literature in major fields of economics by influential scholars. Anyone interested in knowing the frontier of knowledge in economic science will profit from reading these essays.’ James J. Heckman, Nobel Laureate, Henry Schultz Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago, and President of the Econometric Society 2013 ‘Every five years a remarkable collective act of generosity takes place in the economics profession. More than fifty of the world’s top researchers - all at their most productive and with great demands on their time - agree to write essays on the state of their respective fields. We are indebted to [the Editors of these volumes] for their insights into what is happening at the cutting edge and for showing us where economics is heading.’ John Moore, Edinburgh University and London School of Economics and Political Science

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The book presents a statistical theory for a class of nonlinear time-series models. It has particular relevance for the modeling of volatility in financial time series but the overall approach will be of interest to econometricians and statisticians in a variety of disciplines. • A new self-contained statistical theory for time series models of volatility • Applies more generally to many aspects of nonlinear time series modeling • Relevant to applied work in finance, macroeconomics and other disciplines that deal with the analysis and modeling of time series June 2013 228 x 152 mm 278pp 43 b/w illus. 14 tables 978-1-107-03472-3 £ 65.00 HB 978-1-107-63002-4 £ 23.99 PB

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Generalized Vectorization, Cross-Products, and Matrix Calculus

Econometric Modelling with Time Series

Darrell A. Turkington University of Western Australia, Perth

Vance Martin University of Melbourne

Matrix calculus is an efficient procedure for eBook obtaining many derivatives at once, used in available statistics and econometrics. This book studies different concepts of matrix derivatives and a particular brand of mathematics behind matrix calculus, including special matrices whose elements are all zero or one. • The author is a leading expert in matrix calculus • Includes end-of-chapter review questions • Includes new matrix calculus results ‘A very neat treatment of matrix calculus. There is no doubt that the new operators and matrices presented in the book will see their applications in many areas of econometrics.’ Yong Bao, Purdue University

Specification, Estimation and Testing

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Stan Hurn Queensland University of Technology and David Harris Monash University, Victoria

Provides a general framework for specifying, estimating and testing time series econometric models. Special emphasis is given to estimation by maximum likelihood, but other methods are also discussed, including quasi-maximum likelihood estimation, generalized method of moments estimation, nonparametric estimation and estimation by simulation. ‘... an excellent text for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate courses in econometric time series. The statistical theory is clearly presented and many examples make the techniques readily accessible and illustrate their practical importance.’ Andrew Harvey, University of Cambridge

‘This book is very clearly written in a text style that conveys what needs to be said with no superfluous discussion. It represents a substantial contribution to our understanding of a difficult area. It is a beautiful book, and destined to become a classic.’ Ross Maller, Australian National University

‘This book is exceptionally well done. The blending of theory, application and computation is sublimely done throughout. [It] will be a must-have for advanced graduate students working with economic and financial time series data, and will also form a definitive and up-to-date reference source for both academic and academic-related researchers in the field.’ Robert Taylor, University of Nottingham

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Introduction to Bayesian Econometrics

Currencies, Commodities and Consumption

Second edition

Kenneth W. Clements University of Western Australia, Perth

Edward Greenberg Washington University, St Louis eBook and inspection copy available

This textbook is an introduction to econometrics from the Bayesian viewpoint. New material includes a chapter on semiparametric regression and new sections on the ordinal probit, item response, factor analysis, ARCH-GARCH and stochastic volatility models. The R programming language is also emphasized. ‘Edward Greenberg’s Introduction to Bayesian Econometrics provides clear and concise coverage of Bayesian theory, computational methods, and important applications. Three years of teaching from its first edition convince me that it is a splendid textbook. The second edition is further enhanced by more applications and new guidance on use of free R software.’ John P. Burkett, University of Rhode Island ‘… Along with considerable new material, this second edition contains a thoughtful discussion of important models in time series and financial econometrics (including ARCH/GARCH and stochastic volatility models), as well as an introduction to flexible Bayesian techniques for distribution and regression function modeling. Throughout the text Greenberg engages the reader with an accessible writing style, real data applications, and references to the R programming language... Students and researchers in statistics, biostatistics, economics, and the social sciences will find this to be a tremendously valuable resource.’ Justin Tobias, Purdue University Jan 2013 253 x 177 mm 264pp 29 b/w illus. 19 tables 978-1-107-01531-9 £ 35.00 HB

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Makes sense of the ongoing instability of exchange rates and commodity prices and contributes to the measurement of the relative economic size of countries. The book analyses the strengths and weaknesses of two alternatives to the widely used PPP exchange rates, the Big Mac Index and the food budget share.

‘This book is not only a very useful source to understand our changing economic world but it also provides a plethora of useful data from a variety of sources - and the output from Clements’ own research - to satisfy both the needs of academics and those analysing financial markets across asset classes. There is sufficient information in an accessible form for readers to extend their own research using Clements’ methodology.’ Ron Bewley, Woodhall Investment Research Pty Ltd and former Chief Investment Officer, Commonwealth Bank of Australia ‘This book has a broad sweep, analyzing diverse issues such as purchasing power parities, commodity and marihuana prices, income and consumption comparisons across countries. What makes reading this book so exciting is the constant moving from theory to practice and back to theory; and the discovery that understanding one subject helps to understand other, at first sight, unrelated subjects.’ Paul De Grauwe, London School of Economics and Political Science Jan 2013 228 x 152 mm 397pp 52 b/w illus. 69 tables 978-1-107-01476-3 £ 70.00 HB

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An Information Theoretic Approach to Econometrics

An Introduction to Mathematics for Economics

George G. Judge University of California, Berkeley

Akihito Asano Sophia University, Tokyo

and Ron C. Mittelhammer Washington State University

Most econometric books do not recognize the ill-posed inverse nature of their econometric models and the indirect noisy characteristics of their sample data. This book focuses on these problems and provides a basis for dealing with estimation and inference issues that typically arise in a range of traditional and nontraditional econometric models. ‘By showing how very general information-theoretic methods can be used in a natural way to solve such problems, Judge and Mittelhammer break new ground and set a new standard for the econometric community.’ David Giles, University of Victoria, Canada ‘This beautifully written book pushes the frontiers of econometrics in three ways. First, it provides a clear connection between the more traditional econometric and information-theoretic estimation methods. Second, it provides a detailed state of the art presentation of information-theoretic methods within econometrics. Third, it illustrates the wide applicability of information-theoretic methods for learning from data.’ Amos Golan, InfoMetrics Institute, American University Feb 2012 228 x 152 mm 248pp 13 b/w illus. 7 tables 978-0-521-86959-1 £ 65.00 HB 978-0-521-68973-1 £ 24.99 PB

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A concise, accessible introduction to quantitative methods for economics and finance for students who are new to the subject. This textbook contains lots of practical applications to show why maths is necessary and relevant to economics, as well as worked examples and exercises to help students learn and revise. ‘This outstanding textbook is the by-product of lecture notes written by a dedicated teacher. Mathematics is carefully exposited for first-year students using familiar applications drawn from economics and finance. By working through the problems provided, students can overcome any fear they might have of mathematics to make it an enjoyable companion.’ Chris Jones, Australian National University ‘In this well-written text, mathematical techniques are introduced together with basic economic ideas, underlining the fact that mathematics should not be treated separately, but is an integral and essential part of economics. The style is friendly and conversational, and the mathematical techniques are treated rigorously, with many clearly presented examples. Dr Asano is adept in pinpointing those areas which students find difficult, making this a very useful and comprehensive text for anyone undertaking the study of economics.’ Valerie Haggan-Ozaki, Sophia University Nov 2012 246 x 189 mm 281pp 110 b/w illus. 20 tables 978-1-107-00760-4 £ 60.00 HB 978-0-521-18946-0 £ 19.99 PB


Collecting, Managing, and Assessing Data Using Sample Surveys

Statistical Theory and Methods Large-Scale Inference

Peter Stopher University of Sydney eBook available

Requiring no prior knowledge of statistics or surveys, this book provides a thorough, step-bystep guide to the design and implementation of surveys. It is an excellent introduction to the use of surveys for graduate students as well as a useful reference work for scholars and professionals.

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