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|ECON 7080 - Econometrics III|
Prerequisites: ECON 7060, ECON 7070, and passed Ph.D. qualifying exams in microeconomics and macroeconomics. The third of three Ph.D.-level courses in econometrics, in which empirical models are used to address research questions. Emphasizes nonlinear estimation methodology for cross-section and panel data. Includes discussion of various qualitative and limited dependent variable models, including those for discrete responses, censored and truncated data, sample selection problems, treatment effects, and duration analysis. Incorporates practical applications in SAS, STATA, and other computing environments.
3.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Economics and Finance Department
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