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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. Bought as a textbook for an upper-level graduate course. The writing as with most mathmatical based textbooks is a bit stuffy, and doesn’t do incredibly well to guide you through the process.
Overall, the book wasn’t terrible, it would just be better suited to someone with more background in statistics versus people like me who had more of a Calculus-based Economics background up until this point. Arrived in advertised condition. The pages are hard This online format is awful! The pages are hard to follow and there are no numbers on the pages, this makes doing homework from this book difficult when the professor tells you to look on a certain page.
This is easily the worst math text I have ever used.
Most egregiously, there is no reference section for formulas, and notation changes wildly not only by chapter, but often within the chapters and proofs themselves. In order to find usable formulas, you will need to check the index, and then often read through paragraphs of impenetrable narrative to find where the author decided to hide this information. In addition, the index itself is often off by intfoduction pages, making the search for relevant information introductioj much more infuriating.
Finally, there seems to be no thought to organization and the book often reads like a wandering narrative. If you can, avoid this book at all costs. Maddala, who held the University Eminent Scholar Professorship in the Department of Economics at Ohio State University, was widely regarded as one of the professions most prolific and influential econometricians of the last forty years.
Throughout the s, Maddala was one of most often cited researchers, and he ranked among the top five most econoketrics authors during the yearsaccording to the Social Science Citation Index. His contributions to distributed lags, generalized least squares, panel data, and simultaneous equations have advanced the field tremendously. Unfortunately, his “Introduction to Econometrics,” now in its third edition, is, at best, a mediocre principles textbook.
While his explanations of crucial ideas, such as least squares methodology, heteroskedasticity, or autocorrelation, are concise and extremely clear, a student who wants a more rigorous mathematical introductuon to econometrics will be searching for another book. Linear algebra, which makes a number of proofs and tests far simpler and less burdensome to follow than calculus, is resigned to pages in the dark recesses of the appendix.
Although these incidentals are well written, they remain peripheral, when they should be the focus of any undergraduate econometrics textbook. To its credit, Maddala’s text does an excellent job g.s.maddaka explaining concepts and problems in plain English, which would do well to supplement a purely mathematical approach. The book is full of techniques and tricks that might be helpful to reduce problems of serial correlation and heteroskedasticity, and the later chapters do a very good job of introducing students to more advanced topics, such as panel data analysis and vector autoregression.
Nevertheless, the book’s treatment of time-series analysis is scattered and atrocious, and many students will find themselves searching for other texts especially for information on this area. For students who do not mind a bit of mathematical simplicity and would rather seek to grasp the general ideas behind linear regression and its difficulties, G. Maddala’s “Introduction to Econometrics” should be a good read. Yet, for students who want to pursue their knowledge of econometrics further, this book will most likely not be very helpful.
As many courses taught at an undergraduate level tend to vary on their level of rigor, it probably will not hurt to have this book, but it may not help.
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