Terms

Econometrics

Econometrics is the quantitative application of mathematical and statistical models to develop theories or assess existing hypotheses in economics. It relies on techniques such as regression models and null hypothesis testing. It can also be used to try to forecast future economic or financial trends.

Terms

Economics
Market Forecasting
Mathematical Theories
Statistics

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Entities

Henning Financial Services

People

Aaran Param
Alfonso Peccatiello
Amlan Roy
Amy Jaffe
Anas Alhajji
Andrew Lo
André Honig
Avi Goldfarb
Ben Hunt
Benn Eifert
Cam Harvey
Chip Russell
Chris Balding
Claudia Sahm
Craig Mackinlay
Dan Ariely
Daniel Ahn
David McWilliams
Davis Edwards
Ed Woodford
Frank Fabozzi
Frederik Ducrozet
Freya Beamish
Gene Steuerle
George Akerlof
Giuseppe Paleologo
Harry Kaiser
Herbert Simon
Jeff Prince
Jeffrey Christian
John Hussman
John Llewellyn
John Rutledge
Jose Maria Macedo
Joshua Angrist
Joshua Gans
Ken Gronbach
Kit Juckes
Lucrezia Reichlin
Luis Seco
Magdalena Polan
Manmohan Singh
Marco Aiolfi
Mark Skousen
Mark den Hollander
Martin Gruber
Megan Greene
Mehul Daya
Michael Block
Michelle Meyer
Mihir Desai
Mike Drury
Moritz Heiden
Nick Maggiulli
Ophir Gottlieb
Pavlina Tcherneva
Peter Van Valkenburgh
Raphael Douady
Richard Werner
Robert Shiller
Rui de Figueiredo
Sahil Bloom
Sam Isaly
Samuel Rines
Savvas Savouri
Simon Ogus
Simon Potter
Stephen Brown
Steve Hanke
Steve Keen
William Goetzmann
William White
Yvan Berthoux

Publications

Fat-Tailed and Skewed Asset Return Distributions
Fractals and Scaling in Finance
Hedge Funds
Macroeconomic Policy in a World Economy
Mastering 'Metrics
Quantitative Equity Investing
Robust Portfolio Optimization and Management
The Basics of Financial Econometrics
The Mathematics of Financial Modeling and Investment Management

Terms

Financial Economics