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Topic: Econometrics Modeling and Simulation Using Matlab and Stata
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Muhammad Anees

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Registered: 4/12/12
Econometrics Modeling and Simulation Using Matlab and Stata
Posted: Apr 12, 2012 5:54 AM
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The course is a special course in Econometrics Application and Use of Matlab and Stata. The course is equally important to the beginners and advanced learners in Econometrics who want to blend the two packages for experimenting with their modeling and analysis. The main objective of the course is to introduce the theory and application of Econometrics and how to use the powerful math tool, the Matlab and Programming using Stata. Objective of the course is specifically to develop strong academic knowledge in Econometrics, using Econometrics for Analysis, Matlab programming and Stata.

The course is planned in three sections:
12 Weeks/Three Month Long Sessions
Eight Week/Two Months Sessions
Four Weeks/One Month Sessions

Registration starts today: April 07, 2012
Registration ends: May 15, 2012
Course Begins: May 21, 2012

Main contents are:
? Regression Analysis
? Utility Functions
? Regression Diagnostics
? VAR and Error Correction Models
? Markov Chain Monte Carlo Models
? Limited Dependent Variable Models
? Simultaneous Equation Models

All these topics will be discussed in context of Matlab and Stata

The course fee structure
For Individuals:
? Default: 500GBP for three months,
? Can Be Requested: 350 for two months
? Can Be Requested : 250 for One Month Special

For Groups/Institutions:
? Default: 1000GBP for Three Months,
? Can Be Requested : 750 for Two ¬¬¬¬¬Months

Selected topics will be offered during the two and One Month courses, and is optional for Three Month course. Additional topics would also be covered.

MatLab M-files, Stata Codes and do-files, , EBooks, Manuals, Example datasets, EBooks and weekly lecture slides will be provided before commencement of each lecture.

The course will be offered to those who register on http://elearning.aneconomist.com. Registration should be confirmed within weeks, or the system will deleted all those account which have no confirmed payment and enrolment for a course.



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