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  Jan 21, 2018
 
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ECON 335 - Topics in Econometrics


Credits: 3

Prerequisites: ECON 101, 102, and 203. Further explorations of regression models, building on the material from ECON 203. The course begins with a review of the OLS model and continues to alternative models, answering questions such as: How do we proceed if the dependent variable is categorical, rather than continuous (as in the OLS model)? How might we proceed if one or more of the Classical Assumptions are violated? Underlying model assumptions and consequences are discussed. Possible topics include models for categorical outcomes, 2SLS/IV, matching methods, quantile regression, time-series analysis, and panel data models. The course emphasizes the use of data and student-directed research. Anderson, Blunch.




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