ECON2P91_OutlineWinter2011

ECON2P91_OutlineWinter2011 - ECON 2P91 Business...

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ECON 2P91: Business Econometrics with Applications Winter 2011 Instructor: Dr. Tomson Ogwang Phone: (905) 688 5550 Ext. 4696 Office: PLAZA 428 Class Hours: Lec 1: Tue 19:00-22:00 in AS203 Lec 2: Thu 10:00-13:00 in AS204 Office Hours: Tuesday: 5:00-7:00 pm; Thursday 9:00am-10:00am ; or by appointment Lab1: Fri 10:00-12:00 MCJ 201 Lab2: Wed 08:00-10:00 MCJ 201 Lab3: Mon 17:00-19:00 MCJ 201 Lab4: Tue 12:00-14:00 MCJ 201 Lab5: Thu 18:00-20:00 MCJ 201 Lab6: Fri 12:00-14:00 MCJ 201 Lab7: Thu 13:00-15:00 MCA 203 Lab8: Tue 14:00-16:00 MCA 203 Lab9: Fri 12:00-14:00 MCA 203 Email: (all email correspondence should be via Sakai, wherein important course information will be posted on a regular basis): Select Tomson Ogwang COURSE OBJECTIVE: In this course we cover the link that may exist between sets of variables using econometric methods. Problems that we may look at include: 1) Do we see an improvement in student performance if we reduce class size, 2) Does education and/or gender impact earnings, 3) How to calculate the “beta” of a stock, 4) How can we reduce the number of deaths related to drinking and driving, 5) Can we find evidence of discrimination in the home mortgage market, 6) Can we forecast inflation and other variables? Real-world applications/case studies are considered and extensive use of
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2011 for the course ECON 2P91 taught by Professor Ogwang during the Winter '09 term at Brock University.

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ECON2P91_OutlineWinter2011 - ECON 2P91 Business...

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