Microeconometrics - ECON529 (2018)
ECON529 - 18T (BLK)
The purpose of this paper is to provide students with skills in microeconometrics that should enable them to carry out a wide range of empirical analyses using either cross-sectional or panel data on individuals, households or firms. Topics covered include: Maximum Likelihood Estimation: Instrumental Variables and Generalised Method of Moments Estimation; Discrete Choice Models; Limited Dependent Variable Models; Panel and Survey Data; Non- and Semi-parametric Models: Propensity Score Matching and Evaluation Methods.
Internal assessment/examination ratio: 1:0
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