Students of economics need skills in analysis
of economic issues through research. This course is designed to equip students
with research and analytical skills in economics.
This course entails the models and methods
used to estimate relationships and test hypotheses pertaining to economic
variables. The course applies many of the concepts and techniques learned in
quantitative methods to regression analysis.
The aim of this course is to
teach students how to conduct basic empirical research in economics.
By the end of the course
unit, students should demonstrate ability to:
- Explain the model and
methods used in analyzing economic variables.
- Discuss the econometrical analytical
tools that can be used in analyzing economic variables.
- Describe the Use
analytical tools in computing economic variables