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- adj. Combining economics and mathematics.
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- adj. of or pertaining to econometrics.
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- adj. of or relating to econometrics
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"structural" in econometric analysis were in fact influenced by past policy.
IHSP calls its study an "econometric," not an "arithmetical" health care system analysis, covering both their costs and economic benefits to the nation.
In reading the 'econometric' reports, if the unemployment rate levels off to 280,000 for the next 9 months, there will be no job growth for the next ten years.
You should know, the original econometric model for the estimates was published in the Peer-reviewed journal Health Affairs in 2005.
He challenges everyone to take their economic prescriptions, put them into the FAIR econometric model, and see if the outcomes are what they say that they are.
It should be possible via econometric techniques to get rough estimates of the relative contributions of each kind of unemployment for a given country by regressing a time series of unemployment on various time series of underlying variables.
I would imagine that your Town Council has very little econometric analysis of your local area so a linear estimate is probably the best model to use.
Kristof's argument about the work of economists is a little more specific than some of the broad claims about the power of business thinking, but the idea that global poverty persists because of a lack of econometric studies into its dynamics only serves to compound our problems.
Of course CBE can claim that any before/after study is merely a post hoc propter argument, but the brief provides the econometric calculations which demonstrated statistical significance.
But the uncomfortable truth has to be that such forecasts need to be respected alongside econometric forecasts, which cannot reliably predict the future, either.