Greene's book is a drudgery to read book since it is theoretically based however does not provide what a theoretical book should provide especially on poorly explained the statistics definition both in math motivation and historical background, also it left out math proof on 40 percent of the theorem. Woolridge's more advanced econometric book is even worse although it list out historical background and reference, since not only it is too wordy, it is impossible to use these words to replace the abundant missing math details. The description on how to applied the econometric theorem is also too technical on that book but that is useless to general user since they won't understand any of theoretic and applied econometrics. Overall, Greene's book is better compare to woolridge even it is bad since it give hint to how to fill out the missing details
That is why my friend sell these book back after he finish his courses
Are there good step by step math intense books substitute for greene's and woolridge more advanced Econometric Analysis books? I already had Hayashi's and Ruud's book and johnston's Econometric Method is also one of my books, however Johnston's book is also lack of detail to be a introductory graduate textbook. What else is a good one that cover general econometric topics and please explain in detail why do you think that they are as good as or even better than Hayashi and Ruud that cover some new topics other than the two that already teach?
contents of Hayashi and Ruud