Lectures in Quantitative Economics
by Thomas J. Sargent, John Stachurski
Publisher: QuantEcon 2017
Number of pages: 344
This website presents a series of lectures on quantitative economic modeling. From the table of contents: Data and Empirics; Tools and Techniques; Dynamic Programming; Multiple Agent Models; Time Series Models; Dynamic Programming Squared.
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