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Unformatted text preview: Greetings!! Philip Wirtz pww@gwu.edu Professor of Decision Science and of Psychology The George Washington University Washington, DC 20052 (202) 994-6369 lease turn off Please turn off your cellphone. Thanks! Financial Modeling and Econometrics Finance 271 Transparency Set Philip W. Wirtz, Ph.D. The George Washington University e Geo ge as gto U e s ty Copyright 2011 Philip W. Wirtz All rights reserved Finance 271 Session 1 Financial Modeling and Econometrics Philip W. Wirtz, Ph.D. The George Washington University 4 Before We Get Started, A Bit of Administrivia (Part 1) Everything you ever wanted to know (and more) about the course is available on lackboard http://blackboard gwu edu The grading algorithm is presented in Blackboard, http://blackboard.gwu.edu . The grading algorithm is presented in the Syllabus section. 5 Before We Get Started, A Bit of Administrivia (Part 1) Everything you ever wanted to know (and more) about the course is available on lackboard http://blackboard gwu edu The grading algorithm is presented in Blackboard, http://blackboard.gwu.edu . The grading algorithm is presented in the Syllabus section. The course focuses on basic tools used in the statistical modeling of financial and econometric phenomena and the estimation of the models' parameters. p p 6 Before We Get Started, A Bit of Administrivia (Part 1) Everything you ever wanted to know (and more) about the course is available on lackboard http://blackboard gwu edu The grading algorithm is presented in Blackboard, http://blackboard.gwu.edu . The grading algorithm is presented in the Syllabus section. The course focuses on basic tools used in the statistical modeling of financial and econometric phenomena and the estimation of the models' parameters. p p I will be conducting the first 7 class sessions; Professor Soyer will be conducting the second 7 sessions. What follows pertains to the first half of the course. 7 Before We Get Started, A Bit of Administrivia (Part 1) Everything you ever wanted to know (and more) about the course is available on lackboard http://blackboard gwu edu The grading algorithm is presented in Blackboard, http://blackboard.gwu.edu . The grading algorithm is presented in the Syllabus section. The course focuses on basic tools used in the statistical modeling of financial and econometric phenomena and the estimation of the models' parameters. p p I will be conducting the first 7 class sessions; Professor Soyer will be conducting the second 7 sessions. What follows pertains to the first half of the course. We will be actively using clickers. Part of your course grade will be based on your clicker participation. Clickers are distributed 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the class. Please dont be late for this distribution: your course grade will suffer if you are. 8 Before We Get Started, A Bit of Administrivia (Part 1) Everything you ever wanted to know (and more) about the course is available on...
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course FINA 6271 taught by Professor Phillipwirtz,refiksoyer during the Fall '11 term at GWU.

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