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Applied Econometrics in Health Services Research

Economics 826

3 credit hours, offered biennially

Application of advanced econometric techniques to problems in the health services field. Focuses on selected econometric topics, including pooled cross-section/time-series data, limited dependent variables, multi-equation systems, and translog cost functions. General discussion of appropriate techniques, with emphasis on students applying these techniques, using a variety of data sets. Series of computer exercises and empirical term paper required.

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