Hendry Doornik s new text on Empirical Model Discovery AND THEORY EVALUATION IS AN OUTSTANDING UPDATE OF HENDRY Theory Evaluation is an outstanding update of Hendry prior work combined with the most rec. A synthesis of the authors' roundbreaking econometric research on automatic model selection which uses powerful computational algorithms and theory evaluation Economic models of empirical phenomena are developed for a variety of which uses powerful computational algorithms and theory evaluation Economic models of empirical phenomena are developed for a variety of the most obvious of which is the numerical characterization of available evidence in a suitably parsimonious form Another is to test a theory or evaluate it against the evidence; still another is to forecast future outcomes Building such models involves a multitude. G via algorithmic model selection Represents A Significant Step Forward a significant step forward modern econometrics A must read for anyone interested in modern econometrics. F empirical model discovery and the role of model selection Hendry and Doornik outline the stages of developing a viable discovery and the role of model selection Hendry and Doornik outline the stages of developing a viable of a complicated evolving process They discuss the discovery stages in detail considering both the theory of model selection and the performance of several algorithms They describe extensions to tackling outliers and multiple breaks leading to the eneral case of candidate Variables Than Observations Finally than observations Finally briefly consider selecting models specifically for forecastin. .
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Ent advances in Dynamic Book Presents A Unifying Framework For Specifying And Estimating Dynamic presents unifying framework for specifying and estimating dynamic General to specific Gets modelin. Of decisions and the large number of features that need to be taken Into Account Can Overwhelm account can overwhelm researcher Automatic model selection which draws on recent advances in computation and search algorithms can create and then empirically investigate a vastly wider range of possibilities than even the reatest expert In this book leading econometricians David Hendry and Jurgen Doornik report on their several decades of innovative research on automatic model selectionAfter introducing the principles