- 3 credits
- Prerequisite: P: E370 or equivalent
The objective of this course is to understand various econometric, statistical, and forecasting tools for making informed business decisions in this dynamic and uncertain global business environment. This is an applied econometrics course. Theories will be studied in order to understand the proper use of various methods in applied work. Computer exercises and applications to the real world problems will be emphasized. The topics of the course include simple and multiple regression analysis, binary dependent variable models (logit/probit), instrumental variables, two-stages least squares, and regressions with times series and panel data.