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Description - Time Series Analysis by Charles W. Ostrom

This volume explores the regression (or structural equation) approach to the analysis of time series data in which the modeller makes an initial specification of a causal structure and then analyzes the data to determine whether there is any empirical support for the specification. The great advantage of time series regression analysis is the possibility for both explaining the past, and predicting the future behaviour of variables of interest. Although this volume does not cover Box-Jenkins types of models for explaining endogenous variables, it does introduce the Box-Jenkins time series method as an alternative to modelling the underlying error processes. As such, the book attempts to partially bridge the gap between the two approaches to the analysis of time to time series data.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780803931350
ISBN-10: 0803931352
Format: Paperback
(215mm x 139mm x mm)
Pages: 96
Imprint: SAGE Publications Inc
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Publish Date: 1-Jan-1990
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Charles W. Ostrom

Charles W. Ostrom, Jr. is a Professor of Political Science. Professor Ostrom joined the MSU faculty in 1974 and taught in the Political Science Department continuously with the exception of sabbaticals at the University of Minnesota (1982-83), University of Nebraska-Lincoln (1992-93), and National Center for State Courts (2000-2001). Professor Ostrom received his Ph.D. from Indiana University in 1975. Professor Ostrom's current professional interests are focused on US trial courts. His work includes work on criminal sentencing, racial discrimination, trial court culture, judicial workload, and court performance. The aforementioned work has been funded by the National Institute of Justice. Professor Ostrom received the American Council on Education Fellowship for the 1992-93 class.