ECON 8320: ECONOMETRICS II (Econometric Theory and Methods). The purpose of this course is to provide a theoretical foundation and technical background in econometrics for Ph.D. students and help them develop thorough understanding of fundamental concepts and basic topics in modern econometrics, emphasizing identification and inference of models of nonlinearity/endogeneity using the M-estimation and related methods.

ECON 9330: Topics in Advanced Econometrics (Microeconometrics). The purpose of this course is to cover important topics and techniques that have been developed and applied in microeconometrics, with attention to the applications in industrial organization, labor, health, and elsewhere in economics and social sciences.