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- n. Someone who studies economies with a view to mathematics
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- n. an economist who uses statistical and mathematical methods.
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- n. an economist who uses statistical and mathematical methods
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An econometrician is a trained professional paid to use computers to guess wrong about the economy.
A piece from the San Fransisco Fed economics letter an article by econometrician Edward Leamer
You are much better of with people who spend time figuring things out and deciding on basic collective rules and negotating the rest, in a human, political way, rather than having people with the social skills of an econometrician leave for no apparent reason.
It was uttered over dinner some 20 years ago in a swank Manhattan restaurant by a famed econometrician, the Nobel-winning co-author of a valuation algorithm that is basic to the mathematics — the deeply flawed, it turns out, mathematics — of modern high finance.
It turns out that once you control for characteristics unobservable to the econometrician but observable to admissions directors, the return to school quality goes away.
I have been, on and off, in various senses, an econometrician for money for the last ten years.
Is their ultimate goal to make America a bankrupt and socolist country where they can exercise total control. econometrician
Michael Porter said she should have had the Nobel Prize. she was a degree-qualified economist (or econometrician) but then neither was Smith.
The third econometrician didn't fire, but shouted in triumph, We got it!
The first econometrician fired, but missed, by a meter to the left.
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