Special Issue "Celebrated Econometricians: David Hendry"
A special issue of Econometrics (ISSN 2225-1146).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2018
Contributions for the Special Issue, in honor of David Hendry, should relate to an area of research in which David has made recent important contributions. Potential areas include the following: Exploring alternative modeling strategies and empirical methodologies for macro-econometrics; analyzing concepts and criteria for viable empirical modeling of time series; diagnostic testing and model specification techniques; computer automated procedures for model selection, especially when facing structural breaks; developing software for econometric analysis; empirical investigations of money demand, wage and price inflation, and climate change; empirical and theoretical analyses of forecasting, especially forecast failure and co-breaking; and the history of econometric thought.
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