LAW Econometrics: Mathematical Methods
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Econometrics: Mathematical Methods
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[ Regulatory & Policy ] as a Related Elective for those interested in Statistics : Drawing an inference from quantitative evidence lies at the heart of many legal and policy decisions. Students interested in policy work should consider taking one or more classes on statistics and statistical inference. This course is offered in conjunction with Statistical Inference and Empirical Research to students who wish to explore the topics of that course at a deeper mathematical level. The course involves supplemental reading, supplemental lecture time, and completion of various exercises and problems.
General course Description:
This course is offered in conjunction with Econometrics (Law 366) to students who wish to explore the topics of that course at a deeper mathematical level. It involves supplemental reading, supplemental lecture time, and completion of various exercises and problems.
Course Style: A Substantive/Quantitative course is one that teaches the rules and theory of a quantitative subject area that relates to the practice of law.
Course Frequency: Offered once a year