ECON626: Empirical Microeconomics

To provide students with the opportunity to use empirical techniques that are particularly valuable in the analysis of microeconomic data. Topics include panel data, nonlinear optimization, limited dependent variables, truncated, censored, selected samples, the analysis of natural experiments, and quantile regressions. This course will emphasize hands-on practical experience.
Prerequisite: ECON624. Restriction: Must be in Economics (Doctoral) program.
Credits: 3
Grading Method: Regular , Audit
Course Offering
    Fall 2016 Instructor: Pamela Jakiela