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I would like to focus mainly on graduate texts in Econometrics. From the question above, I gather that Wooldridge's text is nice.
In terms of "strong math background," I did my undergrad in Statistics, consisting of two semesters each of linear algebra, real analysis, and abstract algebra, along with a measure-theoretic probability course.
What are some econometrics texts that you would recommend for me? I learned some intro econometrics in a course which taught from Studenmund but was extremely bored.