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'''Econometrics''' is a field of economics that uses [[statistics]] to analyze [[economics|economic]] data for patterns. It is frequently used by liberal influences in economic think tanks, like the [[Brookings Institution]], to justify increased government deficit spending in order to weaken America's currency advantage in world trade. <ref>http://www.wnd.com/2003/05/18705/</ref>
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'''Econometrics''' is a field of [[economics]] that uses [[statistics]] to analyze [[economics|economic]] data for patterns. It is frequently used by liberal influences in economic think tanks, like the [[Brookings Institution]], to justify increased government [[deficit spending]] in order to weaken America's currency advantage in world trade. <ref>http://www.wnd.com/2003/05/18705/</ref>
  
 
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Econometrics is a field of economics that uses statistics to analyze economic data for patterns. It is frequently used by liberal influences in economic think tanks, like the Brookings Institution, to justify increased government deficit spending in order to weaken America's currency advantage in world trade. [1]

  1. http://www.wnd.com/2003/05/18705/