Quantitative Methods, 7.5 ECTS

Second level

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Study pace 100%
Study time Daytime
Study form Normal
Language English
Special eligibility requirements
180 ECTS credits, including 90 ECTS credits in Economic History, International Relations, Global Development or equivalent topics such as History, Human Geography, Economics, Business Administration, Anthropology, Sociology or Political Science including a thesis of at least 15 ECTS credits or admitted to the Master's program in "Globalization, Environment and Social Change". English B/English 6 or equivalent.

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The aim of the course is to provide students a deeper understanding of how statistical and econometrical methods can be used in economic history and international relations. The course presupposes some basic training in statistical methods that is…

The aim of the course is to provide students a deeper understanding of how statistical and econometrical methods can be used in economic history and international relations. The course presupposes some basic training in statistical methods that is provided at the Department of Economic History at the basic level. The course deals with probability theory, ordinary least square, non-parametric tests, the F-statistic, simple and multiple regression, correlation, confidence intervals, dummy variables, lagged variables, heteroscedastic, multicollinearity, non-linear regression, time series analysis, and autocorrelation. literature along with their own topic-specific literature.

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Area of interests: Business and Economics

Business and Economics is important at all levels in society. Business Administration teaches you how companies and other organizations work and how they can achieve their goals in the best possible way. Do you want a long-term perspective and ar…

Business and Economics is important at all levels in society. Business Administration teaches you how companies and other organizations work and how they can achieve their goals in the best possible way. Do you want a long-term perspective and are you interested in what causes financial crises and why certain economies grow faster than others? Then Economic History is the subject for you. If you wish to study how decisions made by human beings affect society, then Political Economy is a wise choice.

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Subject

Economic History

Economic History