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  1. G652
    Econometrics II
    • 15-weeks
    • 3 credits
    • Prerequisite: None

    The objectives of this course are to prepare students to be able to conduct empirical work in the various business disciplines, understand current state-of-the-art empirical research, better formulate research questions, study more advanced econometric tools, and conduct independent empirical research. This is an applied econometrics course. Theory will be studied in order to be able to develop skills for applied work. Computer exercises and application of tools to real world problems will be emphasized.