APEC 8213: Econometric Analysis III

2 Credits

The course introduces econometric techniques and models for analyzing economic data for discrete response variables, censored response variables, and non-random data samples. It show show these nonlinear models can be used to evaluate and quantify theoretical relationships and forecast counterfactual economic outcomes. Part of four-course, year-long sequence (APEC 8211-2-3-4). prereq: ApEc 5031 or equiv OR Ph.D. student OR instr consent

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