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Experimetrics Econometrics for Experimental Economics by Peter Moffatt 9780230250239 (Paperback, 2015) Delivery US shipping is usually within 7 to 12 working days.
"Experimetrics" is an essential guide to discovering new and more illuminating ways to analyse experimental econometric data. Peter Moffatt, one of the world's experts in the field, covers a range of techniques: from the familiar, such as treatment testing, tolesser known ones such as finite mixture models and the method of maximum simulated likelihood. The book takes a hands-on approach by explaining STATA commands in detail. In addition, difficult problems inherent in the methodology are addressed, such as the parametric estimation of social preference models, quantal response models, and learning models. An indispensable book for researchers and advanced students in experimental and behavioural economics who want to come to grips with the field of Experimetrics. The companion website www.palgrave.com/moffatt contains: all data sets (in Stata format) used as examples in the book; an executable Stata 'do-file' containing stata commands and programs used in examples; and an Excel file containing some Excel calculations presented in the text"
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'This is an invaluable text produced by an expert in the field. It provides guidance and reference for the increasingly large number of experimental economists who want to do some serious econometric analysis of their experimental data. It is breath-taking in its coverage and its precision, yet at the same time it is eminently readable. One can only admire the author for the clarity of the exposition of material which is inherently complicated. Not only does it explain the concepts cleanly and precisely, it also provides numerous examples of applications. It will become compulsory reading for all experimental economists.' John Hey, University of York, UK