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identification problem in econometrics

Franklin M. Fisher

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Published
**1966** by McGraw-Hill in New York, London .

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Franklin M. Fisher. |

Series | Economics handbook series |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | xi,203p. |

Number of Pages | 203 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL13946229M |

Identification is important because we may not be able to get consistent estimates of all the parameters of a model if we do not have full identification. Look at the index of Johnson & Dinardo, Greene or any basic econometrics textbook and they should provide a formal definition and explanation.

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We began inthe first year the JFE was published. Table 1 reports the results for the years through The total number of papers joint-test problem.In physics, this is called the three-body problem. In economics, we are well beyond the three-body problem.

I think it is more like an eight-body problem. See if you agree: Body No. 1: The service economy has imploded. We don’t know when it is coming back. I am not going to argue the correctness of whether we should lock down or open up.