- Leo H. Kahane - Providence College, USA
A really clear introduction to regression, well-pitched for graduate students. The introductory chapters provide an excellent background to the more advanced topics, e.g. on interactions. It's also slim and light enough to carry around and dip in and out of.
A short volume but provides all the basics. Clearly presented. An excellent introduction.
Excellent book. easy to read and very useful examples
Although the book has at times a few informative graphical representations, I feel it might not be concrete enough for my students.
Suitable to use and purpose
This book was easy to understand for undergraduate students and served as a good introduction to basic regression analysis used in Econometrics. A few simple data sets provided by the text provided continuity between the chapters, but additional data sets are needed to provide students with more practical experience. It is helpful to have a more extensive econometrics text on reserve for students as a reference. Instructors are will likely want to supplement the book with supplementary materials in order to cover some topics more extensively like Time Series and Logistic Regressions.