Curso: What’s New in Econometrics? del NBER

Para a los que les guste la econometría, el National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) ha colgado en su web los materiales del curso de verano “What’s New in Econometrics?” del 2007. El curso fue dictado por Guido Imbens de Harvard University y Jeffrey Wooldridge de Michigan State University. Estan las notas de clase, los power points y los videos de cada uno de los temas cubiertos en el curso. Provecho!
SUMMER INSTITUTE 2007

Whats New in Econometrics?
Guido Imbens, Harvard University and NBER
Jeffrey Wooldridge, Michigan State University
Monday, July 30 – Lectures, Slides and Videos:
Estimation of Average Treatment Effects Under Unconfoundedness (GI) SLIDESVideo – Lecture 1 (Part 1) Size: 170,153 KBVideo – Lecture 1 (Part 2) Size: 122,914 KB

Linear Panel Data Models
(JW) SLIDESVideo – Lecture 2 (Part 1) Size: 157,308 KBVideo – Lecture 2 (Part 2) Size: 144,057 KB
Nonlinear Panel Data Models (JW) SLIDES Video – Lecture 4 Size: 150,192 KB
Tuesday, July 31 – Lectures and Slides:
Control Function and Related Methods (JW) SLIDES Video – Lecture 6 (Part 1) Size: 247,924 KBVideo – Lecture 6 (Part 2) Size: 148,287 KB
Bayesian Inference (GI) SLIDES Video – Lecture 7 (Part 1) Size: 188,335 KBVideo – Lecture 7 (Part 2) Size: 89,027 KB
Partial Identification (GI) SLIDESVideo – Lecture 9 Size: 180,733 KB
Wednesday, August 1 – Lectures and Slides:
Discrete Choice Models (GI) SLIDESVideo – Lecture 11 (Part 1) Size: 171,727 KBVideo – Lecture 11 (Part 2) Size: 67,856 KB
Missing Data (JW) SLIDESVideo – Lecture 12 (Part 1) Size: 144,089 KBVideo – Lecture 12 (Part 2) Size: 116,964 KB
Quantile Methods (JW) SLIDES Video – Lecture 14 Size: 179,959 KB
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