Brandeis International Business School

ECON 213A — Applied Econometrics with R

May not be taken for credit by students who took ECON 184b.

Aims at introducing econometric models and empirical techniques that are useful to conduct economic research with data. The course covers linear regression models, discrete choice models, time series models, and panel data models. We will devote significant space to empirical applications, and give the students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience on how to conduct empirical work in econometrics using the R programming language. Usually offered every year.
Davide Pettenuzzo