[ 572ESMMIECK20 ] KS Intermediate Econometrics

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Workload Education level Study areas Responsible person Hours per week Coordinating university
3 ECTS B2 - Bachelor's programme 2. year Economics Martina Zweimüller 2 hpw Johannes Kepler University Linz
Detailed information
Pre-requisites (*)KS Einführung in die Volkswirtschaftslehre KS Empirical Economics ODER Zulassung zum Masterstudium Economic and Business Analytics
Original study plan Bachelor's programme Economics and Business 2020W 2020W
Objectives The aim of the course (KS) Intermediate Econometrics is to provide students with an understanding of simple econometric models and to equip students with the ability to undertake, understand and critically assess empirical work. The focus of the course is on econometric theory; the focus of the accompanying intensifying course (IK) Intermediate Econometrics is on applications. Attending the intensifying course in the same semester as the course is highly recommended.
Subject Students will gain a deeper insight into multiple linear regression models and will learn how to apply these models to economic data.

  • Multiple Linear Regression
  • Model specification
  • Binary variables
  • Sources and consequences of endogeneity
  • Basic regression analysis with time series data
  • Basic regression analysis with panel data
Criteria for evaluation Two short tests on the reading assignments will be given during the semester. On each test, students can achieve a maximum of 20 points. The higher score will count towards the final grade. At the end of the semester, there will be a final exam with a maximum of 100 points.
Methods Before class, students should read the relevant chapter(s) in the textbook. In class, we discuss the material thoroughly.
Language English and French
Study material Wooldridge, Jeffrey M. (2013): Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach, South-Western Cengage Learning, 5th edition (or 4th edition, 2008). Further literature will be announced in the course.
Changing subject? No
Further information Students should have basic knowledge in statistics and econometrics (see, for example, Appendix A-C and Chapters 1-4 in Wooldridge (2013)). The course (KS) Empirical Economics (offered every winter semester) equips students with this knowledge. The main target group are students in the Master Program Economic and Business Analytics and students in the Bachelor Program Business & Economics who aim to specialize in either Economics, or Management and Applied Economics. Students of other areas of specialization, or enrolled in other degree programs who are interested in empirical methods are most welcome.
On-site course
Maximum number of participants 200
Assignment procedure Assignment according to priority