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Microeconometrics (ECON687)

Course description

This course aims to overview some widely used applied microeconometric tools. In particular, we will cover linear regressions, IV regressions, 2SLS, discrete response models (e.g.,probit and logit regressions), sample selection models, treatment eect models, regression discontinuity designs, and random coecients logit models for demand estimation.


Seminar Required

Graded, 0.5 Credit Units

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