Applied Econometrics

Department of Economics, Business School

College of Social Sciences

Details

Code 03433

Level of study Third/Final year

Credit value 10

Semester 1

Pre-requisite modules None

Other pre-requisites None

Module description

The lectures will illustrate model selection issues for different substantive issues. Classes will utilize these for specific practical problems. Each year the lectures will be selected from the following topics: equation misspecification, omitted variables, simultaneous equation bias, instrumental variables, dynamic single equation models, foreign exchange markets efficiency tests, static, dynamic and equilibrium-correction models, causality and exogeneity; cointegration tests, Johansen’s estimator and a money-demand function; generalised linear models for binary and categorized dependent variables; Random effect models for panel and other multilevel structures. Diagnostic testing is discussed as it arises.

Teaching and learning methods

2 x lectures plus computer classes plus exercise classes