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ECON-883 Sem: Empirical Microeconomics Course Level: Graduate

Seminar in Empirical Microeconomics (3) Advanced micro-econometrics with emphasis on the interconnection between econometrics and microeconomic theory; empirical implications; and new econometric methods. Topics include applied games, labor economics, wage equations, demand and/or supply estimation, expenditure and cost equations, survey analysis (such as qualitative choice type analysis), semi parametric models, quantile regression, discontinuity, and inequality measures. Usually Offered: alternate springs (odd years). Prerequisite: ECON-824. Restriction: PhD program.

Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate