Course detail

LES5722 - Econometrics

Credit hours

In-class work
per week
per week
10 weeks
120 hours

Ana Lucia Kassouf
Mirian Rumenos Piedade Bacchi

Provide basic econometric concepts to be used in practical data analysis problems. Multiple linear
regression by ordinary and generalized least squares method and its applications to economic problems;
use of binary variables; problems with errors in independent variables, autocorrelation in residuals,
multicollinearity and heteroscedasticity; least squares and two-stage method for fitting simultaneous
equations; property of estimates; hypothesis testing. Models for panel data, fixed and random effects,
pooling and SUR. Models for qualitative dependent variables, probit, logit, tobit and multinomial.

Multiple Linear Regression: Parameter estimation, properties of estimators, hypothesis testing,
prediction; Regression with Constraints and Structural Change Tests; Other Topics in Regresscedasticity,
autocorrelation of residuals; Simultaneous Equationssion Analysis: binary variables, multicollinearity,
hetero: identification, instrumental variable method, indirect least squares, two-stage least squares.
Logit and probit and tobit models. Multinomial models and sample selectivity models. Models for panel
data: Fixed and random effects, SUR, pooling.

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