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Applied Microeconometrics

The main topic of the course is the application of econometric techniques to the study of household behaviour. Topics may include expenditure systems, the relationship of consumption patterns, labour supply, and savings behaviour, aggregation, price indices and household production. There are extensive illustrations employing household microdata.

ECON 769

Applied Microeconometrics

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Winter Offered?: Yes

The main topic of the course is the application of econometric techniques to the study of household behaviour. Topics may include expenditure systems, the relationship of consumption patterns, labour supply, and savings behaviour, aggregation, price indices and household production. There are extensive illustrations employing household microdata.


Paul Contoyannis

Associate Professor | Head of the Health Research Unit (Athens Institute for Education and Research [ATINER])