6 August 2010
Topics in Applied Microeconometrics
This is a course in applied microeconometrics suitable for PhD graduate students who have completed the first year sequence in econometrics. The course is intended as a “bridge” between the first year coursework in econometrics and the second year coursework in the applied microeconomics fields (labor, IO, development, trade, etc.). Other advanced students who have an empirical component to their dissertation research might also find parts of the course useful. The emphasis of the course is the practical and computational aspects of commonly used econometric methods.
Assistant Professor Matthew J. Wiswall, Department of Economics, University of New York, USA
Provide PhD students with in-debth knowledge of applied microeconometrics.
NOK 3000: The fee cover parts of the required reading material, food and social arrangements.