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Mayer, Thomas
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Working Paper No. 06-20
This essay discusses some, but by no means all the important problems that arise in econometric testing of econometric models. Specifically, it disusses the reliabilty of the underlying data and their processing, the problem of relating theories and data, ceteris paribus conditions and testability, data mining and the misuse of significance test.
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