Clive William John Granger, a British economist and professor at UCSD. In 2003, Granger (and co-winner, long-time UC San Diego colleague, Robert F. Engle) were awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for making fundamental discoveries in the analysis of time series data and that this work was widely known to fundamentally change the way economists analyze financial and macroeconomic data. In later years, Granger also used the time series methods to analyze data outside economics. He also worked on a project concerned with the Amazon Rainforest and built a model to forecast deforestation. Granger retired from UCSD in 2003. September 29, 1981

Chicago citation style
Clive William John Granger, a British economist and professor at UCSD. In 2003, Granger (and co-winner, long-time UC San Diego colleague, Robert F. Engle) were awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for making fundamental discoveries in the analysis of time series data and that this work was widely known to fundamentally change the way economists analyze financial and macroeconomic data. In later years, Granger also used the time series methods to analyze data outside economics. He also worked on a project concerned with the Amazon Rainforest and built a model to forecast deforestation. Granger retired from UCSD in 2003. September 29, 1981. 1981-09-29. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://library.ucsd.edu/dc/object/bb7543900g. (Accessed December 14, 2018.)
APA citation style
(1981-09-29) Clive William John Granger, a British economist and professor at UCSD. In 2003, Granger (and co-winner, long-time UC San Diego colleague, Robert F. Engle) were awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for making fundamental discoveries in the analysis of time series data and that this work was widely known to fundamentally change the way economists analyze financial and macroeconomic data. In later years, Granger also used the time series methods to analyze data outside economics. He also worked on a project concerned with the Amazon Rainforest and built a model to forecast deforestation. Granger retired from UCSD in 2003. September 29, 1981. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://library.ucsd.edu/dc/object/bb7543900g
MLA citation style
Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <https://library.ucsd.edu/dc/object/bb7543900g>.
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