ECON-121 Economic Statistics
Fall for 2017-2018
Spring for 2017-2018
Faculty:
After overviewing descriptive statistics, and the theory of probability and random variables, this course covers statistical inference in detail. Students receive the firm foundation needed for Introduction to Econometrics. Regression analysis, the primary tool for empirical work in economics, is introduced. Electronic data acquisition and computer applications receive hands-on treatment.
Lab sessions meet weekly to discuss homework and the use of computer software. Fall and Spring.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: ECON-001 & 002 or 003 and MATH-035

Sections:

ECON-121-03 Economic Statistics
Professor Ecer
After overviewing descriptive statistics, and the theory of probability and random variables, this course covers statistical inference in detail. Students recive the firm foundation needed for Introduction to Econometrics. Regression analysis, the primary tool for empirical work in economics, is introduced. Electronic data acquisition and computer applications receive hands-on treatment.
Lab sessions meet weekly to discuss homework and the use of computer software. Fall and Spring.
Credits: 4
Prerequisites: Econ 001, 002 and Math 035
ECON-121-70 Economic Statistics
Fall for 2017-2018
Professor Ecer
After overviewing descriptive statistics, and the theory of probability and random variables, this course covers statistical inference in detail. Students recive the firm foundation needed for Introduction to Econometrics. Regression analysis, the primary tool for empirical work in economics, is introduced. Electronic data acquisition and computer applications receive hands-on treatment.
Lab sessions meet weekly to discuss homework and the use of computer software. Fall and Spring.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: Econ 001, 002 and Math 035
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