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Econometrics vs. Statistics


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Econometrics vs Statistics? I don't think of them as two separate things. Econometrics is simply statistical techniques applied to economics - the fact that traditionally people who practice it constrain themselves to a subset of statistical techniques does not change that. Similarly the statistics that are learned as part of a psychology or epidemiology degree are a subset of statistics.
Posted by Matt C | Wednesday, November 02 2011 at 5:39PM ET
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