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Applied Econometrics

Economics 675

3 credit hours, offered annually

The purposes of this course are (1) to discuss types of econometric models likely to be useful in dissertation (and subsequent) research and (2) to provide some practical experience in the specification and estimation of econometric models. Topics vary from year to year, but recently have included dynamic time series models, methods for longitudinal analysis, and models for qualitative and limited dependent variables.

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