The purpose of this paper is to provide students with skills in microeconometrics that should enable them to carry out a wide range of empirical analyses using either cross-sectional or panel data on individuals, households or firms. Topics covered include: Maximum Likelihood Estimation: Instrumental Variables and Generalised Method of Moments Estimation; Discrete Choice Models; Limited Dependent Variable Models; Panel and Survey Data; Non- and Semi-parametric Models: Propensity Score Matching and Evaluation Methods.
Semesters and Locations
|18T (BLK)||T Semester : Nov 05 - Dec 16, 2018
Available Subjects: Economics | Finance
Other available years: Microeconometrics - ECON529 (2017)
Paper details current as of : 21 May 2018 4:26pm
Indicative fees current as of : 24 May 2018 4:30am