3 Credits

LectureSpring 2024
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Spring 2024 Instructors: Michael Delgado

Emphasis is on using advanced econometric techniques. The course covers use of computer software and interpretation and reporting of econometric results. The first part of the course includes general econometric concepts, such as least squares and maximum likelihood estimation, desirable statistical properties, assumptions of the classical linear regression model, Monte Carlo methods, nested and non-nested hypothesis tests. Later, more specialized topics are covered, including multiple equation models, simultaneous equation models, limited dependent variable models, and other topics that are deemed relevant. Prerequisite: AGEC 65000.

Course AGEC 65100 from Purdue University - West Lafayette.

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