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OLS Asymptotics Chapter 5, Wooldridge
Time series data Chapters 10 - 12, Wooldridge
I am not thrilled with the time series chapters in this book. I think they are overly complicated and as a result, they in some spots, unreadable. We will focus on the following sections
The Nature of Time Series Data
Functional Form and Dummy Variables
Trends and Seasonality
Stationary and Weakly Dependent Series
Using Highly Persistent Time Series in Regression Analysis
Properties of OLS with Serially Correlated Errors
Testing for Series Correlation
Correcting for Serial Correlation
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Richard Thaler, “Anomalies: Weekend, Holiday, Turn of the Month, and Intraday Effects,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 1, Fall 1987, 169-78.
Malkiel, Burton G. “The Efficient Market Hypothesis and Its Critics,” Journal of Economic Perspectves, 2003, 17(1), 59-82.
Panel Data Models Chapters 13 and 13, Wooldridge
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