Microeconometrics in Stata offers participants a comprehensive applied and theoretical overview of the principle methodologies implemented in the analysis of microeconomic data. More specifically, the course focuses on:
- Instrumental variable analysis
- Non-linear least squares estimation
- Binary variable models
- Multi-nominal models
- Tobit models
- Count data models
- Panel data models
- IV estimators
- GMM estimators.
Although the course is entitled “Microeconometrics in Stata”, as the examples discussed relate to economic data, the techniques developed through the courses can of course be extensively implemented in other social sciences.
It is assumed that course participants have at some point followed a basic course in econometrics or statistics. Previous exposure to Stata or other statistical software packages would also be an advantage.
Participants will be provided with a certificate of participation upon completion of the course.
FLEMING’S HOTEL , Bleichstraße 64-66
Frankfurt am Main , Germany