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Graduate Economics

2015 Spring Term

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2 Units

STATISTICS FOUNDATIONS

Economics 703

Introduction to descriptive statistics and basic statistical methods as applied to scientific problem solving and decision making. Topics covered include: Descriptive statistics, elementary probability theory, theoretical distributions, inferences about a single population (sampling distributions, estimation, tests of hypothesis), and regression analysis.


2 Units

ECONOMICS FOUNDATIONS

Economics 704

A study of micro and macro economic tools of analysis. The functioning of a market economy in product and factor markets under alternative market structures. National income, fiscal policy, and the role of the money supply.


2 Units

BUSINESS CONDITIONS ANALYSIS

Economics 736

A study of the macroeconomic structure and operations of the economic system. Analysis of fluctuations in national income, output, employment, prices and exchange rates and the implication of such changes for business decisions. Evaluation of the influence of monetary policy, fiscal policies, and other macroeconomic events on economic activity. Assessment of the various approaches and methodologies available for forecasting business conditions.


2 Units

MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS

Economics 737

Applications of microeconomic theory to problems of formulating managerial decisions. Emphasis on economics as a science that facilitates decision making. Topics considered include optimization techniques, risk analysis and estimation of demand and costs of production, market structures and pricing practice, and antitrust economics. Integrates theory and practice.


3 Units

RESEARCH METHODS AND DATA HANDLING

Economics 740

This course provides a introduction for students on how to conduct empirical and applied economic research. It focuses on the basic approaches of research design and methodology within the Economics discipline. It introduces student to data handling and management, and to a variety of software packages used in economic research.


3 Units

ECONOMETRICS II

Economics 743

Econometrics II introduces students to advanced techniques in modeling. In the course, students will study applied methods for model selection, implementation, and inference for cross sectional, time series, and panel data. The major emphasis will be on understanding these models from an intuitive perspective and estimating these using computer programs.


3 Units

ECONOMICS OF HEALTH CARE

Economics 745

Economics of Health Care is concerned with the provision and distribution of health care across the country and the allocation of resources within the health care sector of the economy. Various measures will be examined to establish the impact of health care on individual, national, and international economic policy concerns.


3 Units

BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC FORECASTING

Economics 761

Techniques for operational business forecasting with emphasis on time-series methods. Topics covered include single and multiequation regression models; trend analysis; smoothing techniques, decomposition methods; Box-Jenkins time series methods; evaluation of forecasts; and the integration of forecasting in the decision making process.


1-3 Units

SEMINAR

Economics 794

Variable topics. Group activity. An advanced course of study in a defined subject matter area emphasizing a small group in intense study with a faculty member.


1-3 Units

INDIVIDUAL STUDIES

Economics 798

Study of a selected topic or topics under the direction of a faculty member.

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