This course introduces the use of econometrics to explore and estimate economic relationships using linear regression models. Extensions covering statistical complications such as heteroskedasticity, data issues such as proxy variables, and regression with time series data will also be included. Practical computer applications feature throughout. The course will give students a basic understanding of methods required to model the inter-relationship between variables and prepare them for further studies of econometric methods.
To learn the basic concepts of theoretical econometrics and how to solve the problems that may arise during estimation, using several models and methods.
PDF, Moodle Books.
Introduction to Probability & Statistics and Introduction to Economics.
Learn how the basic concept of theoretical econometrics.
Additional reading will be given to students.
What is the level of the course?
This is an undergraduate course.
Will I get any credits?
You will get 15 credits.
Is there any assessment?
What is the duration?
4 months for full time students and 8 months for part time students.
What is the study mode of this course?
Full time or Part time.
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When can I start this course?
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