The specification, estimation, and diagnostic testing of dynamic models involving economic time series present a host of unique statistical problems requiring the use of specialized inference procedures. This course provides an overview of some of the most important of these procedures. The focus will be on results most relevant for practical applications rather than formal proofs of theorems, with the various econometric techniques illustrated through problems in both macroeconomics and asset pricing finance.
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