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ECON 7070 - Econometrics II
Prerequisites:ECON 6100 and ECON 7060. Second of three Ph.D.-level courses in econometrics, in which empirical models are used to address research questions. Topics include the methods of time series analysis, Box-Jenkins methods, general-to-specific modeling, volatility models, vector auto-regressions, unit roots, co-integration, unobserved components, state space models, and neural networks. Integrates practical applications in various computing environments, including SAS, STATA, RATS, and MATLAB.
3.000 Credit hours

Levels: Graduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Economics and Finance Department

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College of Business Course Fee

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