Carter Hill, T. Fomby. Nonparametric estimation and inference is becoming increasingly popular in economics because of the advent of extensive computing power and the development of efficient computer algorithms.
Carter Hill, T. Papers in this volume present techniques that permit inference that is robust to deviations from conventional parametric assumptions. The volume is divided into two sections.
Applying Kernel and Nonparametric Estimation to Economic Topics, Volume 14.
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Nonparametric statistics is the branch of statistics that is not based solely on parametrized families of probability distributions (common examples of parameters are the mean and variance). Nonparametric statistics is based on either being distribution-free or having a specified distribution but with the distribution's parameters unspecified. Nonparametric statistics includes both descriptive statistics and statistical inference.