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About the Author
Terry Dielman is professor of Decision Sciences at Texas Christian University. Terry received his Ph.D. at the University of Michigan (Business Statistics), his M.S. at the University of Cincinnati (Mathematics) and his B.A. at Emporia State University (Mathematics). His recent research focuses on Regression Analysis, Time Series Forecasting, Robust Statistical Procedures and the Analysis of Pooled Cross-Sectional and Time Series Data. His recent publications include ¿Bootstrap versus Traditional Hypothesis Testing Procedures for Coefficients in Least Absolute Value Regression¿ in the JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL COMPUTATION AND SIMULATION. He participates in the Editorial Board of the Journal of Business and Management, and consults for Forecasting Seminars and for various law firms.