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J.J. Heckman, E. Leamer
...This fifth volume of the "Handbook of Econometrics" is concerned with new developments in theoretical econometrics. ...The primary objective of the volume is to collate in one place a body of research tools useful in applied econometrics and in empirical research in economics.
Zentralblatt fur Mathematik, 986/2002
...Eight papers bring together a body of research tools useful in applied econometrics and in empirical research in economics.
Journal of Economic Literature, 2002