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Unformatted text preview: Econometrics Econ 322 Spring, 2012 OUTLINE 1. Syllabus Review 2. Appendix A: summation and linear functions CLASS MEETINGS • M,Th: 11:3012.50 pm @ Frelinghuysen Hall –A6 , Coll. Ave. Campus OFFICE HOURS • M,Th: 1:002:00pm @ NJ Hall  427, Coll. Ave. COURSE OBJECTIVES • Main purpose: Provide a solid grounding in the practice of econometrics. • • Balance theoretical preparation and “hands on” experience working with data. • By the end of the course, students (a) should be able to use an econometric computer package to estimate and interpret an econometric model and report results. (b) should be able to critique reported regression results in applied academic papers. Syllabus Review Syllabus Review TEXTBOOK • “Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach,” 4 th edition , by Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (Southwestern, 2009). SAKAI • Announcements, student versions of power point slides and any supplementary readings, will be posted to the course’s Sakai site. It can be found at sakai.rutgers.edu LECTURE NOTES • Lecture notes posted on sakai before class will be incomplete (i.e. you will need to attend class to fill in the gaps plus any additional comments I have to make). After class, the complete lecture notes i.e. slides covered in class will be posted. Syllabus Review PREREQUISITES • Introduction to Microeconomics (220:102), Introduction to Macroeconomics...
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course ECONOMICS 220:322 taught by Professor Otusbo during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.
 Spring '10
 Otusbo
 Econometrics

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