I’m re-running this Arnold Zellner obituary because it is relevant to two recent blog discussions:

1. Differences between econometrics and statistics

2. Old-fashioned sexism (of the quaint, not the horrible, variety)

Posted by Andrew on 19 November 2014, 9:20 am

I’m re-running this Arnold Zellner obituary because it is relevant to two recent blog discussions:

1. Differences between econometrics and statistics

2. Old-fashioned sexism (of the quaint, not the horrible, variety)

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