In Finance and Investment literature, the effect of an Event has been widely explored for its implications on the financial activities in the market and society. In this simple workshop on Event Study Analysis using Stata, we will practically demonstrate how to employ the method to analyse the effect of an event on firm level and market returns. In this workshop, we will explore the use of Stata for Event Study Analysis. You can also request a private project help in Event Study Analysis using Stata on Freelance tab from the above top menu.
Free Workshop in Nonlinear ARDL using Stata and Eviews
Nonlinear ARDL or NARDL is applicable when the regression model cannot capture the true picture of when positive changes and negative changes dont capture the effects equally in time series. Asymmetries create the need for application of NARDL. We will cover this in our free workshop on NARDL using Stata and Eviews on September 10, 2017.
Free Workshop in Structural Equation Modeling using Stata
Structural Equation Modeling is an advanced multivariate statistical approach to determine the nature of causal linkages between observed and unobserved variables. The use of SEM is more profound due to the reasons that a multi-equation and nested endogenous relationships cannot be estimated using simple linear regression models. Learn more about SEM and Stata here.
Simple OLS capture the long run relationship only and differenced variables model capture the short run causality. The ARDL also capture symmetric causality while there is an appealing evidence that a positive change in independent variables causes a positive change more than a negative change in independent variables causes a negative change in dependent variables. To capture such causalities, Nonlinear ARDL has been promoted. This workshop covers these issues in detail and will demonstrate the steps with Stata and Eviews to help the participants with replication of many papers.
The NARDL using Stata and Eviews workshop is helpful for PhD students in Economics, Finance and Public Policy who wish to relate time series variables with expected asymmetric effects and causal linkages. Researchers and policy practitioners will also get it beneficial for research purposes and replication of many papers for policy objectives.
Structural Equation Modeling using Stata is our free workshops series for our students and research community in estimating linear and non-linear relationships between observed and unobserved variables. The application of SEM is very useful in cases when researchers usually do not have the measured observations for some variables which needs to be determined using other data on observed variables. Structural Equation Modeling using Stata workshop will be held on Saturday 23 September, 2017 at 1200 GMT.
Free Workshops in Econometrics, Statistics, Stata, Eviews and SPSS
AnEc Center for Econometrics Research offers monthly free workshops in Applied Econometrics, Applied Statistics, Stata, Eviews and SPSS for students and faculty in Economics, Finance, Business, Management and Social Sciences.
Most of our free workshops cover basic issues in Econometric Modeling, Statistical Analysis of Survey Data, Research Designs and Tools, Using Statistical and Econometric Softwares more effectively to optimize Data Analytics and Report Writing.
Free workshops in Econometrics, Statistics, Research Tools, Stata, SPSS, AMOS, Eviews and other softwares will help students, faculty and business researchers to develop hands on experience of dealing with data management, analysis and report writing.
Each participant will receive a verifiable certificate of participation from AnEc Center for Econometrics Research. The students will get practical hands on experience of data management, data analysis and report writing based on the results during the workshops.
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