econometrician


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e·con·o·met·rics

 (ĭ-kŏn′ə-mĕt′rĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
Application of mathematical and statistical techniques to economics in the study of problems, the analysis of data, and the development and testing of theories and models.


e·con′o·met′ric, e·con′o·met′ri·cal adj.
e·con′o·met′ri·cal·ly adv.
e·con′o·me·tri′cian (-mĭ-trĭsh′ən), e·con′o·met′rist n.

econometrician

(ɪˌkɒnəməˈtrɪʃən) or

econometrist

n
(Economics) an expert in econometrics
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.econometrician - an economist who uses statistical and mathematical methods
economic expert, economist - an expert in the science of economics
Translations
économètreéconométricien

econometrician

[ɪˌkɒnəməˈtrɪʃən] Neconometrista mf
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