Definition of econometrician in English:

econometrician

noun

See econometrics

  • ‘The choice is not a trivial one - for at least twenty years leading economists and econometricians in business, government and academia have argued both sides of this issue.’
  • ‘Economists and econometricians are familiar with the concept of a lag.’
  • ‘Except for economic theorists and econometricians, few members of the community appreciated the genius of a man who lived among them for 63 years.’
  • ‘Well, let's face it, you just aren't an econometrician, but I am… so trust me on this one.’
  • ‘As an econometrician I have my doubts about the ratio of a non-stationary quantity and a stationary one.’

Pronunciation

econometrician

/ɪˌkɒnəməˈtrɪʃ(ə)n/