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ECON 385: Econometrics

Ideal for students interested in applying statistical models to economic problems, this course emphasizes theoretical foundations, mathematical structure and applications of major econometric techniques, including ordinary least squares, generalized least squares, dummy variables, non-linear transformations, instrumental variables, simultaneous equation modeling, and time series models. Students in the class complete a sophisticated economic research project of their choice. Offered annually.
Prerequisites: ECON 261 and either ECON 263 or STAT 272 or permission of instructor.

Economics -- ECON 261 and ECON 262 , and ECON 263 , or STAT 272 plus ECON 385...


...125 Computer Science for Scientists and Mathematicians ECON 385 Econometrics MATH 262 Probability Theory (strongly...