Econometric Theory



DENIS SARGAN: SOME PERSPECTIVES


P.M.  Robinson  a1 c1
a1 London School of Economics

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Abstract

I attempt to present Denis Sargan's work in some kind of historical perspective, in two ways. First, I discuss some previous members of the Tooke Chair of Economic Science and Statistics, which was founded in 1859 and which Sargan held. Second, I discuss one of his articles, “Asymptotic Theory and Large Models,” in relation to modern preoccupations with semiparametric econometrics. a


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c1 Address correspondence to: Peter M. Robinson, Department of Economics, London School of Economics, Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE, UK.


Footnotes

a This research was supported by a Leverhulme Trust Personal Research Professorship and ESRC grant R000239252. I thank Peter Phillips for helpful comments and Javier Hualde for obtaining material employed in Section 2. Section 2 is based partly on my Doctor Honoris Causa investiture address at Carlos III Madrid University, in October 2000.



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