Relations Among Estimations; Monte Carlo Methods
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In previous chapters we have examined several estimators for the parameters of the standard (structural) simultaneous equations model.
KeywordsSimultaneous Equation American Statistical Association Simultaneous Equation Model International Economic Review Small Sample Property
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