The methodology will prioritize the intuitive presentation of problems and methodological solutions, as well as the management of microeconomic databases, in order for the student to learn to use econometric techniques and software competently.
Particular emphasis will be placed on how the techniques presented are motivated by the nature of the economic problem and the limitations of the data. Likewise, the final objective of drawing relevant conclusions will prevail.
The subject will be taught through theoretical lessons, computer practices and worksheets. To facilitate the follow-up of the theoretical lessons, students will have basic reference texts and slides with the outline of their contents. The worksheets will be corrected in the small classes. Likewise, students will have manuals for learning the computer programs that will be used in the subject. There will be four midterms and there will be four worksheets.
Each teacher, at the beginning of each semester, will indicate the day of the week, the time and the place where the tutorials will take place.