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New Course Fall 2016
This course presents econometric methods used to study topics in Finance and Macroeconomic with time series data. The econometric methods covered include the estimation of ARMA, ARIMA and VAR models, accounting for trends, cointegration and forecasting. The course will show how these methods are used to examine issues in Finance and Macroeconomics, such as market efficiency, parity conditions, and the origins of business cycles. Students will learn how to put the econometric theory into practice by extensive computer programming exercises and projects using the programming language GRETL.
Majoring or Minoring in Economics
Non-Georgetown Course Credit
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Undergraduate Research in Economics
The PhD is a research degree. If you are thinking of pursuing a career in Economic Research (academia, government, or private sector), look here for some advice.
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- Careers for Economists
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- Economics Honor Society (Omicron Delta Epsilon)
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