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Unformatted text preview: 1 / 30 Introduction to Econometrics Econ 322 Fall, 2010 John Landon-Lane Room 424, NJ Hall, CAC lane@econ.rutgers.edu September 1, 2010 Course Details triangleright Course Details Course Organization Course Organization (cont) Course Organization (cont) Course Organization (cont) Introduction to Econometrics Probability Concepts 2 / 30 Course Organization Course Details triangleright Course Organization Course Organization (cont) Course Organization (cont) Course Organization (cont) Introduction to Econometrics Probability Concepts 3 / 30 square lecture notes will be available prior to class square they can be downloaded from class worksite on sakai.rutgers.edu square lecture notes will be incomplete (i.e. you will need to attend class to fill in the gaps plus any additional comments I have to make) square lectures are designed to complement the text. To get the most out of this class I encourage students to be prepared by reading the text before attending the lecture. Course Organization (cont) Course Details Course Organization triangleright Course Organization (cont) Course Organization (cont) Course Organization (cont) Introduction to Econometrics Probability Concepts 4 / 30 square Office Hours my office hours are from 11am until 12noon on Tuesday and Thursday in my office (room 424 New Jersey Hall, CAC). I will be available outside these office hours by appointment only. square Course Assessment there will be no formal final exam for this course your final grade for this course will be determined by your performance in 5 in-term exams plus 4 take-home computer assignments. All exams count and are cumulative. students who miss an exam will receive a 0 for that exam. Make-up exams will be given only for extenuating circumstances. the exams will be held on Sep 25, Oct 16, Nov 6, Nov 20, and Dec 11. Course Organization (cont) Course Details Course Organization Course Organization (cont) triangleright Course Organization (cont) Course Organization (cont) Introduction to Econometrics Probability Concepts 5 / 30 square Course Assessment the computer assignments will ask you to put your newly acquired skills to work. You will be asked to use a computer program in completing your assignment. The official computer program for this class is EViews . I will be able to help students with this program. If you are more comfortable with another program then use that, but I may not be able to help you with any problems that may occur during the assignment. students are encouraged to work together on their assignments, however you are required to write up your answers yourself. Similar assignments will be treated as plagiarism. Course Organization (cont) Course Details Course Organization Course Organization (cont) Course Organization (cont) triangleright Course Organization (cont) Introduction to Econometrics Probability Concepts 6 / 30 square Academic Dishonesty academic dishonesty will not be tolerated in this class.academic dishonesty will not be tolerated in this class....
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