A History of Econometrics at the University of California, San Diego: A Personal Viewpoint
This chapter presents the author's account of a history of econometrics at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), tracing his arrival at UCSD and how he recruited a young Rob Engle to join him to build what ultimately became the dominant econometrics group of the late 20th century. The account has been divided into three convenient periods: 1974-1984, the founding years; 1985-1993, the middle years; and 1994-2003, the changing years.
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