Statistics and Econometrics 2 (ECO-CO-STATS2)
Sule Alan ([email protected]
) and Thomas Crossley ([email protected]
The course is intended to introduce students to some standard methods specifically designed for the analysis of microeconomic data. The first half of the course covers methods for limited dependent variables, censoring, truncation and duration data, mostly by maximum
likelihood. The 2nd half of the course covers methods for panel data (with a focus on linear models).
Overview and Introduction Content of this course. Review of maximum likelihood methods.
Cameron and Trivedi, 5
Binary Response models: Probit and Logit.
Cameron and Trivedi, 14
Multinomial and Ordered Response: Ordered probit models, Multinomial logit models; Independence of irrelevant alternatives.
Cameron and Trivedi, 15
Corners, Censoring, Truncation: Censoring, Tobit, Selection models.
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Introduction to Duration Analysis:
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Basic Linear Panel Data Models: Pooled, fixed effects, random effects. Fixed effects versus first diferencing. Hausman Test. Differenes in Differences.
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Further topics in Linear Panel Data Models :IV and GMM approaches to linear panel data models. Hausman Taylor. The Chamberlain approach and minimum distance.
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Binary Response Models for Panel Data:(Time allowing.)
There will be 6 problem sets, 6 exercise classes and 1 review class before the exam.
Final exam and Grading
• 6 problem sets will count for 30% of the final grade;
• A final exam will count for 70% of the final grade.
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