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Economics Courses

Introduction to Econometrics

Economics 413 - Spring 2020

Course provides a basic working knowledge of econometrics. Topics include: translation of economic theory into statistical models, statistical foundations of econometrics, pre-regression analysis bivariate and multiple regression techniques, hypothesis testing, multicollinearity, specification error, auto correlation, errors in variables, identification, and simultaneous estimation. Prerequisites: Econ 1011 and Econ 1021 and Math 2200 or equivalent. PLEASE NOTE: Requests for on-line registration in sections will be wait listed, and students will be enrolled according to Economics major/minor status and student level (e.g., priority to Level 8 Econ majors). Also, a $30 cash payment to the department will be required for course packets.
Course Attributes: EN SAS SSCFA SSCAR SSC

Section 01

Introduction to Econometrics
INSTRUCTOR: Parks
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Introduction to Econometrics
INSTRUCTOR: Parks
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