Applied Macroeconometrics. Carlo IGIER, Bocconi University l. Plan of the Book: The objective of this book is the discussion and the practical. DOI: /jae Applied Macroeconometrics, CARLO A. FAVERO, Oxford University Press, Oxford, , ISBN. (hardback), pp. xi C Carlo A. Favero. December 31 1 Applied Macroeconometrics. . macroeconomics and on the correct approach to macroeconometric modelling. ( see, for.
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This text provides graduate students of macroeconomics, econometrics, and monetary economics with discussion and practical illustrations of the techniques used in applied macroeconometrics.
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