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"The Probability Approach in Econometrics" and a number of subsequent studies, Trygve Haavelmo was able to show convincingly that these two fundamental problems could be solved if economic theories were formulated in probabilistic terms.

The Probability Approach in Econometrics (1944), Haavelmo showed that the results of many of the methods used thus far had been misleading.

Haavelmo's most influential study is his doctoral dissertation entitled, The Probability Approach in Econometrics, presented at Harvard University in April 1941, although not published until 1944 as a supplement to Econometrica.

"Advanced Texts in Econometrics" series published by Oxford University

Variables in Econometrics, Cambridge University Press.

Econometrics, which is what I was talking about, is concerned with certain types of empirical questions and developing techniques to deal with the types of observational data that is found in that realm to answer such empirical questions.

May I commend an article by the wellknown econometrician Hendry, entitled Econometrics Alchemy or Science. online here , discussed at CA here

Economics at Oxford and the London School of Economics, is now doing research in Econometrics.

Guy Laroque and Bernard Salanie, in a series of articles, such as "Labor Market Institutions and Employment in France," Journal of Applied Econometrics, 2002.
Gary Becker on the Minimum Wage, Arnold Kling  EconLog  Library of Economics and Liberty

New York hotels must contend this year and next with a wave of openings — 6,577 new rooms in total this year and 3,415 next — that will sap their occupancy and rate growth, according to Lodging Econometrics.
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