Table of contents for Introductory econometrics : using Monte Carlo simulation with Microsoft Excel / Humberto Barreto, Frank M. Howland.

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Table of Contents
Preface
Chapter 1: Introduction
Part 1: Description 49(A)
Chapter 2: Correlation
Chapter 3: Pivot Tables
Chapter 4: Computing Regression
Chapter 5: Interpreting Regression
Chapter 6: Functional Form
Chapter 7: Multivariate Regression
Chapter 8: Dummy Variables
Part 2: Inference 477(A)
Chapter 9: Monte Carlo Simulation
Chapter 10: Inferential Statistics Review
Chapter 11: Measurement Box Model
Chapter 12: Comparing Two Populations
Chapter 13: The Classical Econometric Model
Chapter 14: The Gauss Markov Theorem
Chapter 15: Understanding the Standard Error
Chapter 16: Hypothesis Testing and Confidence Intervals
Chapter 17: F Tests
Chapter 18: Omitted Variable Bias
Chapter 19: Heteroskedasticity
Chapter 20: Autocorrelation
Chapter 21: Time Series Topics
Chapter 22: Dummy Dependent Variables
Chapter 23: Bootstrap
Chapter 24: Simultaneous Equations

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Econometrics.
Monte Carlo method -- Data processing.
Microsoft Excel (Computer file).