Netherlands, Utrecht

Introductory Econometrics

when 15 August 2016 - 26 August 2016
language English
duration 2 weeks
fee EUR 1150

Regression analysis is an essential part of the toolkit of empirical economists. The course is in particular useful for students who lack a sufficient basic knowledge of statistics and/or regression analyses. It is an intensive course of nine days, for which the participants get a 2.5 hours lecture and a 2 hours tutorial each day. During the course students will get an introduction to the statistical software STATA that will be used to solve computer exercises.

Course leader

Prof. dr. Wolter Hassink

Target group

In the recent years, many Dutch and non-Dutch participants from various countries have taken this summer course. There are two target groups: a) The first target group are students who did not graduate from USE, wishing to enroll in one of the two academic Master' degree programmes International Economics and Business; and Economics of Public Policy and Management, and who lack sufficient knowledge of econometrics. In both of the U.S.E. Master programmes, a certain level of prior knowledge is required at the level of the U.S.E. Bachelor course Statistics (see website for more information). b) The second target group are researchers or PhD-students who need a refresher course of statistics and econometrics.

Course aim

At the end of the course the student has achieved the following: a) The student is capable of working with the principles of the linear regression model. b) The student can use Stata for the empirical analysis of regression equations.

Fee info

EUR 1150: Course + course materials + housing
EUR 800: Course + course materials

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