Econometrics I

This course studies the mathematical tools and statistical techniques of econometrics analysis and applies its methodology to economics in particular and social sciences in general. Some topics covered are multiple regression, correlation analysis, serial correlation, multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity, dummy variables, simultaneous equation models, and time-series econometrics. Students will complete a full-fledged empirical project to assess theories.

Credits: 4 Cr.