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Journal of Econometrics

Journal of Econometrics  
Discipline economics, econometrics, mathematics, statistics,
Language English
Edited by A.R. Gallant, J.F. Geweke, C. Hsiao, P.M. Robinson
Publication details
Publisher
Elsevier BV, North-Holland (Netherlands)
Publication history
1973 -
Frequency Monthly
Impact factor
(2009)
1.790
Indexing
ISSN 0304-4076 (print)
1872-6895 (web)
LCCN HB139
CODEN JECMB6
Links
  • Journal homepage

The Journal of Econometrics is a leading scholarly journal in econometrics. It was first published in 1973. Its current editors are A.R. Gallant, J.F. Geweke, C. Hsiao, and P.M. Robinson.

The journal publishes work dealing with estimation and other methodological aspects of the application of statistical inference to economic data, as well as papers dealing with the application of econometric techniques to economics.

The journal also publishes a supplement to the Journal of Econometrics which is called "Annals of Econometrics". Each issue of the Annals includes a collection of papers on a single topic selected by the editor of the issue.

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