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Free Workshops in Econometrics using Stata
The free workshops in econometrics using Stata is arranged for the students of economics and finance who wish to write their first paper or thesis. The objective of these series is to introduce the audience with best practices of selecting a data analytics approach to apply for statistical inferences for the selected research topic. The workshops will cover the basics of hypothesis development from research idea and research questions, selecting specific variables and data collection tools and conducting empirical analysis for the research. The workshops in econometrics using Stata will cover the basic topics in Econometric Methods like: hypothesis testing using regression and correlation for cross sectional data on some important types of variables like normally distributed continous variables, non-normal distributions of continuous variables, logistic regression family and poisson family of distributions. The workshops will also cover basic econometric analysis of time series data and panel data methods for writing effective research papers and thesis.
Students, Faculty members and Business Professionals who wish to begin their journey towards specializing in Data Analytics, Econometric Analysis and Using Stata Effectively.
Selecting Research Topic
Data and Variables
Time Series Analysis using Unit Root, Cointegration and VAR
Panel Data Analysis using Fixed Effects, Random Effects and 2SLS
GMM and IVREG
Writing Reports and Results Chapters For Papers and Thesis
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Certificates will be provides to those who complete the given projects for real world data analytics assignments and submit it on their profile pages.
Profile of Course Instructor
Muhammad Anees, Assistant Professor
Frequencly Asked Questions
Yes. All these workshops are 100% free and there is no fees to be charged for participation in the workshops or earning the certificates. We will only need you to work on the projects assignemnts to submit it before the due date.
The workshops are arranged weekly and each session will be around one to two hours long. There is no set requirements for participation in these workshops. You can participate in the workshops if you have smartphone, laptop or a computer connected to good quality internet.
We will be happy to accommodate as many as participants in workshops. Each session will be limited to 100 participants so you can bring your friends following there is room for online enrollment, we will not discourage anyone to enter the virtual classroom for the free workshops.
Yes. Each participants who attends 80% of the live workshop sessions, submit 4 out of 6 assignments will be entitled to the certificate of participation which will be verifiable in a specific link to your workshop link and certificate can be downloaded in PDF from your page.
Yes. We do offer private courses which are also 100% instructor led and fully research based modules. You can enroll for our paid courses in private and we will require you to complete a publishable quality research article or your thesis during these private courses.
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Blogs & Video Tutorials
- An Economist
- Asymmetric Causality
- Causality Tests
- Data Analysis
- data types
- Econometrics Softwares
- event analysis
- event study
- Multivariate GARCH DCC
- R programming
- Unit Root Test
In this tutorial on Cointegration Test Including Multiple Breaks Using GAUSS, we will show usng GUASS how to estimate cointegration tests with multiple breaks. Abdulnasser Hatemi-J has written an excellent paper titled: Tests for cointegration with two unknown regime shifts with an application to financial market integration which describes the methodology of Cointegration Test Including Multiple […]
Running Regression Model using Ratio dependent variable in Stata is possible through the code –betareg– which allows us to have estimates the parameters of a beta regression model. This model accommodates dependent variables that are greater than 0 and less than 1, such as rates, proportions, and fractional data. Most of the times, using softwares […]
In this video tutorial, we present a simple tutorial on how to run Asymmetric Causality using Cause. The Asymmetric Causality Gauss Video has not been recorded so far anywhere so we thank to Scott Hacker and Abdulnasser Hatemi who has published their code on Ideas platform here: https://ideas.repec.org/c/boc/bocode/g00012.html and fmwww.bc.edu here: fmwww.bc.edu/repec/bocode/h/HHcte.prg. The program performs a […]
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