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Econometrics I

Elaboration of regression techniques developed in ECON 2B03 and their applications. Problems of inference and interpretation in the analysis of economic data. Introduction to forecasting in economics.

ECON 3U03

Econometrics I

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

Elaboration of regression techniques developed in ECON 2B03 and their applications. Problems of inference and interpretation in the analysis of economic data. Introduction to forecasting in economics.


Paul Contoyannis

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

Prerequisite(s): ECON 2G03 or ECON 2X03; and ECON 2H03; and ECON 2B03 with a grade of at least B-; and registration in an Honours Economics program with a GPA of at least 6. The ECON 2B03 prerequisite can be met by getting a grade of at least B+ in one of the following alternative statistics courses: CHEMENG 4C03, COMMERCE 2QA3, ENVIRSC 2MB3, GEO 2S03, GEOG 2LL3, 2MB3, 2N03, POLSCI 2F06, 3N06 A/B, 3NN3, PNB 2XE3, PSYCH 2RA3, 2RB3, SOCSCI 2J03, SOCIOL 2Y03, 3H06 A/B, STATS 1A03, 1CC3, 2D03, 2R06 or another course that is approved by a departmental counselor as equivalent to ECON 2B03. Antirequisite(s): ECON 3WW3. Not open to students with credit in STATS 2MA3, STATS 2MB3, STATS 3D03, or 3DD3 or credit or registration in ECON 4G03.