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Suggested Reading Material

In this post you will find some really nice books worth reading.

  • Books for Introductory Econometrics and their Application to Finance:

Introductory Econometrics and Statistics

1) Introductory Econometrics for Finance; by Chris Brooks

2) Introduction to Econometrics; by Christopher Dougherty

3) Applied Econometrics; by Asteriou and Hall

4) Essentials of Econometrics; by Damodar Gujarati

5) Principles of Econometrics; by Hill, Griffiths and Lim

6) Naked Statistics: Stripping the Dread from the Data; by Charles Wheelan

7) The Cartoon Introduction to Statistics; by Klein and Dabney

More Advanced Textbooks in Econometrics

1) Time Series and Panel Data Econometrics; by Hashem Pesaran

2) Time Series Analysis; by James Douglas Hamilton

Quantitative Methods in Finance

1) Analysis of Financial Time Series Analysis: by Ruey Tsay

2) Market Risk Analysis: Quantitative Methods in Finance; by Carol Alexander

3) Financial Modeling; by Simon Benninga

4) Financial Modelling in Practice: A Concise Guide for Intermediate and Advanced Level; by Michael Rees

  • Books Related to Political Economy and Covering Specific Geographic Areas:

North America

1) Trump's America: The Truth About our Nation's Great Comeback; by Newt Gingrich

2) In Trump We Trust; by Ann Coulter

Korean Peninsula

1) The Impossible State: North Korea, Past and Future; by Victor Cha

Latin America

1) Narconomics; How to Run a Drug Cartel; by Tom Wainwright

EU Countries

1) Political Economy Perspectives on the Greek Crisis: Debt, Austerity and Unemployment; by Bournakis, Tsoukis, Christopoulos, Palivos

2) Funding the Greek Crisis: The European Union, Cohesion Policies, and the Great Recession; by Constantinos Ikonomou

3) Unhappy Union: How the Euro Crisis - And Europe - Can Be Fixed; by Peet and La Guardia

4) Chronicles: On Our Troubled Times; by Thomas Piketty

5) Germany: Memories of a Nation; by Neil MacGregor

6) How the French Won Waterloo (Or Think They Did); by Stephen Clarke

7) The Conservatives - A History; by Robin Harris

  • Books for The WWII:

1) The Darkest Hour; by Antony McCarten

2) Dictators in Cartoons; by Tony Husband

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