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Palgrave's Dictionary of Economics Online
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New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics Online
Palgraves is the premier subject encyclopedia for the field. You will find it useful for getting definitive explanations of economic concepts, browsing for research paper topic selection, and locating additional sources for further reading from the article bibliographies. Covers all aspects of the field, including micro and macroeconomics, economic history, econometrics, international, urban, financial, monetary, public, and theoretical economics.
Background Information in Econometrics: Encyclopedias
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Companion to Economic Forecasting (Wiley)
An accessible and comprehensive account of recent developments in economic forecasting, with many of the chapters aimed at practitioners and non-specialists.
Companion to Theoretical Econometrics (Wiley)
A comprehensive reference to the basics of econometrics. It focuses on the foundations of the field and at the same time integrates popular topics often encountered by practitioners; provides up-to-date research in areas not usually covered by standard econometric texts.
Handbook of Applied Econometrics, Vol. I, Macro (Wiley)
A survey of the latest (1999) and most important new developments in applied econometrics, focusing on the methodological problems of undertaking empirical work in macro-economics.
Handbook of Applied Econometrics, Vol. II, Micro (Wiley)
Focuses on specific microeconomics applications, rather than conventional econometric theory. Covers issues involved in a variety of applied micro problems, including measuring productivity and efficiency, consumer demand, models of dynamic optimization, analysis of business surveys, etc.
The Wiley‐Blackwell Companion to Economic Geography
Presents a comprehensive and accessible overview of major themes in the field, including the geographies of production, resources, societal interaction, and circulation of products, services, and information.