Microeconometrics - 3rd Trimester 2020/21

4.5 ECTs / Trimester-Long Course / English

The goal of this course is to provide students with a thorough understanding of a variety of econometric models that economists use for empirical microeconomic research. Special emphasis will be given to the application of these models to economic data in recent empirical research, in order to illustrate how they can be employed to answer empirical questions in different fields, labour or health economics or finance research questions. Put particular emphasis on the interpretation of the results and on learning to use the econometric software “STATA”.

Prerequisites: Yes (See syllabus)


Assistant Professor
Pedro Raposo is an Assistant Professor at CATÓLICA-LISBON, teaching Mathematics, with research interests in microeconometrics, namely Health Economics and Labor…