A Dialogue Concerning A New Instrument For Econometric Modeling
AbstractThis paper presents a set of questions prepared by Clive Granger with responses by David Hendry on the use of PcGets (see Hendry and Krolzig, 2001) in data modeling and as a new research tool. PcGets is an Ox package (see Doornik, 2001) implementing automatic general-to-specific (Gets) modeling for linear regression models based on the theory of reduction, as in Hendry (1995, Ch. 9).
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