Quantitative techniques
Regression models
Choice models

Econometrics is a discipline that deals with the empirical analysis of economic(or business) relationships, helping to validate or reject of the contribution of economic or business theories, offering appropriate statistic instruments for the comparison of theoretical hypothesis and finally, specifying models which pose good predictions.

To achieve this, econometrics entails theory and data with the purpose of quantifying and explaining the economic (business or international economics) relationships, using tools provided by statistics and mathematics.

This subject of Econometrics offers quantitative techniques about “Analysis of multiple regression models (estimation, inference and predictions)”; “Dummy variables and further issues”; Limited dependent models (logit and probit models)”. We will use quantitative software such as Stata or Eviews.

Minimum requirements

English language: B2 (CEFRL)

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