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In this section you will always find the latest information regarding the lecture formalities (information regarding online/presence formats, etc.).
UPDATE REGARDING THE COURSE FORMAT:
The course will be exclusively online. As before, the lecture videos will be provided asynchronously via Ilias. Regarding the exercise classes, there will be a synchronous meeting via Zoom in which we will discuss the exercise sheets and particular problems you had with the respective exercise sheets.
These sessions are planned to be of a "Ask me Anything" type, so I definitely recommend to work on the exercises before you join the session (but you will in any case benefit from these sessions).
We will talk about these sessions in the kick-off session on November 5th, 2020.
UPDATE REGARDING THE NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
Since we're no longer bound by the available space in the PC lab, we are now able to open this course for a broader audience.
The maximum number of participants is now 25-30 participants.
You still need to apply first (see section below).
Regarding the possibility to work on the exercises from home:
Prof. Dr. Martin Biewen, Marian Rümmele, M.Sc.
B.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration
Quantitative Methods in Economics and Business Administration
Applied Econometrics recommended
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Lecture: Online via Ilias
Practical Sessions: Online via Zoom (Thursdays, 8:30h - 9:30h). The frequency of these sessions depends on your need to discuss things.
|Start:||Kick-Off Zoom Session: 05.11.2020, 8:30h via Zoom|
|Exam:||Written online exam (60 Min)|
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The goal of this course is to enable students to conduct empirical studies using micro data. Students will learn to use the statistical software package Stata in order to import, manipulate and analyze data. The course focuses on microeconometric methods.
You have to register in order to attend this course: Please write a short mail indicating your name, matriculation number, and your study program. Please also indicate whether you are a Bachelor or a Master student as well as the courses you have already taken in the field of Statistics/Econometrics so far.
The application deadline is 01/11/2020, 12:00 am.
Please send your application to marian.ruemmele. @uni-tuebingen.de
Baum: An Introduction to Modern Econometrics Using Stata
Baum: An Introduction to Stata Programming
Wooldridge: Introductory Econometrics