Tag: Guido Imbens

  • Econometrics Comes of Age

    “Econometrics” was little more to me than a word I occasionally misused when a copy of The Practice of Econometrics: Classic and Contemporary, by Ernst Berndt, arrived in the mail in 1993.  I had read, I suppose, Ragnar Frisch’s forward to the inaugural issue of Econometrica, in 1933. After all, Frisch, a Norwegian, and Jan […]