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metrics2006syl - Applied Econometrics Instructor: Email:...

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Applied Econometrics Instructor: Stephen Lich - Tyler Email: lichtyler@itam.mx Website: http://ciep.itam.mx/ ~ slichtyle/metrics.html Meeting times: Spring 2006, 11:40 - 13:00 Meeting place: R í o Hondo, Room 108 References: Wooldridge: Introductory Econometrics , 2nd edition. This course should teach you how to use advanced econometric techniques in empirical analysis. At the end, you should have the skills to analyze data in order to answer economic questions for a government agency, consulting firm, or similar activity. The emphasis is practical, but many of the lectures will be theory and technique. You must understand these in order to know why a particular estimator is appropriate in some situations, but inappropriate in others. Your grade in the class will be based on homeworks, two exams, and a paper: Midterm exam 25 % Problem sets 10 % Empirical project 35 % Final exam: 30 % From this weighted average, I will decide your final mark on a curve. There will be no make
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2010 for the course ECON 570 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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