ECON-6302 Econometrics II Doctoral Program
The course is intended to introduce the students to the cutting-edge econometric techniques for microeconomic and macroeconomic data management. The first section of the course focuses on the study of econometric methods for micro data, and refers to its application to the areas of labor economics, industrial organization, household and health economics, and economic development. The second section of the course deals with the econometric methods for time series used in microeconomic applied research and raises the kind of questions that macroeconomics may help to respond, as well as the appropriate techniques, specific problems of this type of data and the solutions proposed to solve these problems.
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