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First Term Courses 2009-2010

Compulsory Courses (31 August – 18 December 2009)

Compulsory for first-year researchers. For the compulsory courses, there will be additional exercise classes by Teaching Assistants.

These are in 3 blocks, starting on 9 September and then twice a week until the middle of February 2010 (going into the second term).

Total: 180 hours.

Each block is followed by exams, which will take place in the weeks of 26 October (block I), 14 December (block II) and 22 February (block III).

Statistics and Econometrics


Macroeconomics


Microeconomics


Advanced Course for 2nd-year Researchers


Helmut Luetkepohl
"Structural Vector Autoregressions and Asymptotic Theory for Time Series Econometrics" (from 14 September)

Optional Courses for 2nd-year Researchers 

Microeconomics (half-credit course)
Brian Rogers, Northwestern University   "Networks"
course outline
half-credit course from November 2009
Lessons:
Wednesdays 4, 11, 18, 25 November and Monday 30 November -
all at 11.00
Math and Quantitative Methods (half-credit course)
Stefano Marmi, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa "Dynamics and Time Series"
course outline

half-credit course from September

Lessons:
Fridays at 15:00; 

Note: lesson of Friday 30 October moved to Tuesday 27 October at 11.00

Exams for optional course: week of 14 December 2009.

 

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