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William H. Greene

William H. Greene, Ph.D., is Professor of Economics at the University of South Florida in Tampa and Professor Emeritus of Economics at the New York University Stern School of Business.

Greene’s primary research areas of interest include econometrics and applied microeconomics, productivity and production economics, health econometrics, technical change and the entertainment industry. He has published numerous articles in major economics journals. He is the author of the widely-used textbook, Econometric Analysis, now in its eighth edition, as well as many other books and monographs. He has also developed two major software packages, NLOGIT and LIMDEP. According to Google Scholar, his work has been cited more than 150,000 times.

In addition to Econometric Analysis, his books include:

Applied Choice Analysis

Modeling Ordered Choices: A Primer

Greene received his Bachelor of Science in business administration from Ohio State University and his Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in econometrics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

You can visit his university webpage here.

You can visit his personal webpage here.

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William's Seminars

Econometric Models for Discrete Choices

This seminar is an introduction to econometric models for such discrete choices. We will discuss several types of discrete choice models for describing individual choice behavior.

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