320 _syllabus

320 _syllabus - Economics 320-02 Economic Statistics Spring...

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Economics 320-02 Economic Statistics Spring 2008 Professor: Stephanie Martin Office phone: 814-332-4332 Class Time: MWF 10 – 10:50 Office: Econ 209 Office Hours : Mon 11 – 12; Wed 9 – 10 and Wed 1:30 – 4; Fri 11 - 12 Email: smartin@allegheny.edu ; email is my preferred method of contact, please email me with questions or to set up an appointment to meet with me. Class website http://webpub.allegheny.edu/employee/s/smartin/home.htm Course Description: The purpose of this course is to familiarize the students with the basic statistical concepts and methods that apply to economic analysis. This course provides student with sufficient background for Economic Statistics II and other 400 level electives where principal tools of empirical application in economic theory are taught. Objectives At the end of this course, students should be able to determine probability calculations for several types of distributions, conduct estimation of the sample moments for economic variables, analyze the outcomes of estimation by testing hypotheses regarding the variables and understand simple regression techniques in order to interpret the significance of the results. Course Text The required text for the course is Statistics for Business and Economics, 6th Edition by Newbold, Carlson and Thorne. The course text is a comprehensive textbook including a large amount of material, only
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