Current Courses

Spring 2018

ECON 3330 — Economics of Risk

In this course students will explore the important topics of risk, uncertainty and information in economics. While a standard intermediate microeconomics course focuses on a world with complete information and certainty, Economics of Risk will focus on events and circumstances in which economic decisions must be made without complete knowledge about current or future conditions.

ECON 3032 –Applied Econometrics

This course introduces the basic econometric concepts and methods used in modern empirical economic research. We will study how to estimate a linear regression model and perform statistical inference using Python programming language.