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RUSS_STATA: Stata tutorial in Russian

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  • Stanislav Kolenikov

    () (University of Missouri)

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Applied econometric analysis with Stata 6 (in Russian) is a 110-page introduction into econometric uses of regression with Stata 6 written in Russian. The initial purpose of this book was to serve as the lecture notes on the author's weekly seminars on Stata. The organization of the package and the main data handling commands are given. The basic econometric methods, techniques and tests are discussed, and their Stata counterparts are mentioned.

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  • Stanislav Kolenikov, 2001. "RUSS_STATA: Stata tutorial in Russian," Statistical Software Components S417006, Boston College Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:bocode:s417006
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