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Under Misspecification: Some Monte Carlo Evidence on the Kmenta link: :cup:etheor:vyip. Jan Kmenta (January 3, – July 24, ) was a Czech-American economist . He was the . Kmenta, J. (, revised ed. ). Elements of Econometrics. New York: Macmillan. (Original edition also available in Spanish, Portuguese. When there is ho- moskedasticity, the two estimated variances would, in large samples, differ only because of sampling fluctuation (Kmenta ; McClendon.
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