Classes

ECON 1123: Introduction to Econometrics

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2017
Course Description: An introduction to multiple regression techniques with focus on economic applications. Discusses extensions to discrete response, panel data, and time series models, as well as issues such as omitted variables, missing data, sample selection, randomized and quasi-experiments, and instrumental variables. Also develops the ability to apply econometric and statistical methods using computer packages.

Ec 1126

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2016

Economics 1126. Quantitative Methods in Economics

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2015

Topics include elements of statistical decision theory and related experimental evidence; some game theory and related experimental evidence; maximum likelihood; logit, normal, probit, and ordered probit regression models; panel data models with random effects
Note: Economics 1123 may not be taken for credit if taken after Economics 1126, but credit will be given for both courses if Economics 1123 is taken first. Students who fulfill the econometrics requirement with Economics 1126 and who intend to pursue Honors should note that the Honors exam assumes knowledge of the...

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