Pre-requisites: 2.1 degree class or overseas equivalent
The module provides students with practical experience of applying standard micro-econometric techniques to large sample surveys, focusing upon interpretation of results from different estimation procedures. The syllabus will aim to include topics such as instrumental variables; policy evaluation methods; discrete choice models and panel data methods. Throughout use will be made of the Stata econometric software.
||Dr Arne Risa Hole
||Lectures, Tutorials, Independent Study
||Formal Exam, Course work
|WebCT resources are available for this module
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