Lexicographical Neighbors of Econometrically
Literary usage of Econometrically
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Meta-analysis of Rates of Return to Agricultural R&D: Ex Pede Herculem? by Julian M. Alston (2000)
"... study 48.6 57.6 Supply shift estimated econometrically 51.4 42.4 Benefits calculated using: Explicit surplus measures with a parallel supply shift 13.5 ..."
2. World Energy Outlook 2004 by Publishing Oecd Publishing, Iea, International Energy Agency (2004)
"The fuel intensity of space and water heating for each household is then estimated econometrically. Lighting intensity and appliance intensity per household ..."
3. The Kyoto Protocol & Its Economic Implications: Congressional Hearing edited by Dan Schaefer (2000)
"Contrary to standard macroeconomic models, which are estimated econometrically from time-series data, parameters for most computable general equilibrium ..."
4. Agricultural Trade and Poverty: Making Policy Analysis Count edited by Jonathan Brooks (2003)
"The alternative to using market wages is to impute family labour value-added (together with land rents) econometrically, from regressions of total (land ..."
5. The Role of Natural Gas in Environmental Policy by Stephen L. McDonald, Mina Mohammadioun (1993)
"... the parameters of the behavioral equations for all three stages of our consumer model are estimated econometrically. Our household model incorporates ..."
6. Water Use Conflicts in the West: Implications of Reforming the Bureau of by Marca Weinberg (1998)
"For this portion of the model, CBO used a time-wise autoregressive and cross-sectionally heteroskedastic method to econometrically estimate multioutput ..."