Transportation_parking_handbook

Transportation_parking_handbook - Australian School of...

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Australian School of Business School of Economics E CON 2206/ECON3290 I NTRODUCTORY E CONOMETRICS Course Outline Semester 2, 2010
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 STAFF CONTACT DETAILS 1 1.1 Communications with staff 1 2 COURSE DETAILS 1 2.1 Teaching Times and Locations 1 2.2 Units of Credit 1 2.3 Aim and Summary of Course 1 2.4 Relationship to Other Courses 1 2.5 Student Learning Outcomes 2 3 LEARNING AND TEACHING ACTIVITIES 2 3.1 Approach to Learning and Teaching in the Course 2 3.2 Learning Activities and Teaching Strategies 2 4 ASSESSMENT 3 4.1 Formal Requirements 3 4.2 Assessment Details 3 4.3 Tutorial Assessments 4 4.4 Course Project 4 4.5 Late Submission of the Project 5 4.6 Final Examination 5 5 ACADEMIC HONESTY AND PLAGIARISM 5 6 COURSE EVALUATION AND DEVELOPMENT 5 7 STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES AND CONDUCT 6 7.1 Workload 6 7.2 Attendance 6 7.3 Keeping Informed 6 7.4 Special Consideration and Supplementary Examinations0 6 7.5 General Conduct and Behaviour 8 7.6 Occupational Health and Safety 8 8 STUDENT RESOURCES AND SUPPORT 8 9 COURSE RESOURCES 9 10 LECTURE SCHEDULE 10 11 TUTORIAL SCHEDULE 10 12 KEY DATES AND STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES 11
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ECON2206/3290 Introductory Econometrics 1 1 STAFF CONTACT DETAILS Lecturer-in-charge: Dr Minxian Yang Room: ASB452 Phone No: 9385 3353 Email: m.yang@unsw.edu.au Consultation Times: 10am–1pm, Fridays (or by appointment) Tutors: Peng Huang, p.huang@student.unsw.edu.au David Berick, daveberick@hotmail.com Brook Naar, z3187731@zmail.unsw.edu.au 1.1 Communications with staff You should feel free to contact your lecturer about any academic matter. However, for efficiency, all enquiries about the subject material should be made at lectures or tutorials or during consultation time. Discussion of course subject material will not be entered into via lengthy emails. 2 COURSE DETAILS 2.1 Teaching Times and Locations Lecture: Tue 12noon-2pm, Law Theatre G04 Students should print out the relevant lecture slides before attending the lectures. Tutorials start in Week 2. Students should read relevant materials and attempt the tutorial questions before attending the tutorial classes. 2.2 Units of Credit The course is worth 6 units of credit. There is no parallel teaching in this course. 2.3 Aim and Summary of Course The aim of the course is to help students develop a working knowledge of econometrics and its applications to real-world economic data. The course is based on regression models and will cover topics for simple and multiple regression methods, focusing on issues of estimation and inference. Extensions to the regression model will also be considered. There will be an emphasis on how to apply the methods in practice, fostering the ability to conduct empirical research in economics, finance and other social sciences. 2.4
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