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Continuation of with a focus on econometric theory and practice: problems that arise from the specification, estimation, and interpretation of models of economic behavior. Topics include classical regression and simultaneous equations models; panel data; and limited dependent variables. Recommended for students considering graduate study in economics. After or STAT 241 and 242. ,
TTh 2:30pm-3:45pm

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Peter Thiel’s CS183: Startup - Class 13 Notes Essay

The department recommends that students with little or no calculus enroll in . Those with a stronger background should enroll in (if successful in the lottery) or . In general, students who receive a score of 5 on the Microeconomics or Macroeconomics AP exam and a score of 5 on the AP Calculus BC exam are allowed to place out of the corresponding introductory course and instead enroll in intermediate-level courses ( or for microeconomics, or for macroeconomics). Students who have the requisite AP Economics score but not the corresponding AP Calculus score may take calculus (e.g., or and then place out of the corresponding introductory economics course. Students may substitute a score of 7 on the International Baccalaureate higher-level Economics examination or A on the GCE A-level Economics examination for AP test scores of 5 in economics. In addition, a score of 7 on the International Baccalaureate higher-level Mathematics examination or A on the GCE A-level Mathematics examination may be substituted for a qualifying AP Calculus score.

2SLS: an abbreviation for two stage least squares, an instrumental variables estimation technique
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First-year students and sophomores looking for smaller, slightly more discussion-oriented versions of introductory microeconomics and macroeconomics may enter a lottery for admission to and . Those with little or no experience in calculus may be better served by , which covers microeconomics with greater discussion of quantitative methods and examples. , , and are similar in substance; and are similar in substance as well. A student may receive credit for only one course each in introductory microeconomics and introductory macroeconomics.

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