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I am not sure what comprises the current set, but any or all of the books are useful. Lehmann, E. Romano , Testing Statistical Hypotheses, third edition, Springer. There is a useful companion book called Testing Statistical Hypotheses: Worked Solutions by some people at CWI in Amsterdam that has solutions to the exercises in the first edition. Most of these are also in the third edition.

Stuart, A. Schervish, Mark J. This rigorous and quite comprehensive text has a Bayesian orientation. Shao, Jun , Mathematical Statistics, second edition, Springer.

Approximation Theorems of Mathematical Statistics (Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics)

Comprehensive and rigorous; better than the first edition. Solutions or partial solutions to some exercises in Shao , plus some additional exercises and solutions. Texts in probability and measure theory and linear spaces roughly at the level of this course B. Fristedt and L. Accessible and wide-ranging text; also covers stochastic calculus.

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Athreya, Krishna B. A very solid book, but beware of typos in the first printing. This is one of the best books on probability and measure theory for probability, in terms of coverage and rigor. No explicit coverage of linear spaces. Breiman, Leo , Probability, Addison-Wesley.

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This is a classic book on measure-theoretic-based probability theory. No explicit coverage of measure theory or linear spaces.

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Dudley, R. Accessible and comprehensive.

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Texts that provide good background for this course Berger, James O. Bickel, Peter, and Kjell A. This book covers material from Chapters and Chapter 10 of the first edition, but with more emphasis on nonparametric and semiparametric models and on function-valued parameters. It also includes more Bayesian perspectives. The second volume will not appear for a couple of years.

In the meantime, the first edition remains a very useful text.


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