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The Econometric and Tinbergen Institutes Lectures series is a joint project of Princeton University Press and the Institutes taking place at Erasmus University Rotterdam.

This series collects lectures of leading researchers which they have given for an audience of academics and students.

The lectures are at a high academic level and deal with topics that have important policy implications. The series covers a wide range of topics in econometrics. It is not confined to any one area or sub-discipline.

The Econometric Institute is the leading research centre in econometrics and management science in the Netherlands. The Institute was founded in 1956 by Jan Tinbergen and Henri Theil, with Theil being its first director. The Institute has received worldwide recognition with an advanced training programme for various degrees in econometrics. Tinbergen Institute is one of Europe's leading graduate schools and research institutes in economics, econometrics and finance. It is operated jointly by the Schools of Economics of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, University of Amsterdam and VU University Amsterdam in the Netherlands.

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Peter Rossi

bookjacketComplete and Incomplete Econometric Models
John Geweke

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Don Harding, Adrian Pagan

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Charles F. Manski

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The Dynamic Nelson-Siegel Approach
Francis X. Diebold, Glenn D. Rudebusch

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