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Tyrone Curtis
Programme Coordinator

Methods Summer Programme
London School of Economics
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE

Email: summer.methods@lse.ac.uk|
Tel: +44 (0)20 3199 5379

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Economics & Econometrics Courses

Please find below the expected 2015 Economics & Econometrics course line up. Please be aware this has not been fully confirmed and is still subject to change.

Intermediate Econometrics|
17-28 August 2015
The typical introductory econometrics course is mostly confined to the Classical Linear Regression Model. This is a second course in econometrics: econometrics beyond the Classical Linear Regression Model.

Tools for Macroeconomists: The Essentials|
17-21 August 2015
A hands-on graduate-level course teaching key techniques to solve, analyse, and estimate macroeconomic models. 

Tools for Macroeconomists: Advanced Tools|
24-28 August 2015 
A graduate-level course teaching state-of-the-art techniques to solve and analyse advanced macroeconomic models.

Students in economics may also find the following courses interesting:

Factor Models in Time Series with Applications in Macroeconomics and Finance|
24-28 August 2015
A graduate level course about “big data” analysis. It introduces methods and techniques for extracting meaningful and useful information from large panels of time series.

Real Analysis|
10-28 August 2015 
A considerable part of economic theory is difficult to follow without a strong background in Real Analysis. This course will introduce students to concepts of modern analysis such as continuity, metric spaces, compactness, convexity and integration and will show the connections to economic theory. Note: the first week of this course (10-14 August) will be delivered online.