Some Fallacies in Econometric Modelling of Climate Change
AbstractWe demonstrate major flaws in the statistical analysis of Beenstock, Reingewertz and Paldor (2012), discrediting their initial claims as to the different degrees integrability of CO2 and temperature.
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Date of creation: 08 Feb 2013
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Econometric modelling; location shifts; data measurements; climate change;
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