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Recent Developments in Dynamic Econometric Modelling: A Personal Viewpoint


The Gods love the obscure and hate the obvious.

Brihadaranyaka Upanishad (Pre-1000 B.C.)

The quotation above (from more than three thousand years ago) essentially summarizes my perception of what is going on in econometrics.

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