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Doble Grado en Derecho y Economía (Plan 2008) (Plan: 174 - Estudio: 230)

Departamento asignado a la asignatura: Departamento de Economía

Tipo: Optativa
Créditos: 6.0 ECTS

Curso:
Cuatrimestre:

Requisitos (Asignaturas o materias cuyo conocimiento se presupone)
This course is designed for students with a strong background in econometrics and statistics acquired in previous courses: Mathematics for Economics I and II, Statistics I and II, Econometrics, Econometric Techniques and Quantitative Economics.
Objetivos
This is an advanced course in econometrics which builds upon previous B.Sc. courses in econometrics (Econometrics, Econometric Techniques and Quantitative Economics.) The focus will be on theoretical foundations of econometrics, including the asymptotic theory behind inferences based on ordinary least squares (OLS), maximum likelihood (ML) and generalized method of moments (GMM). Single and multiple equation models are covered.
Descripción de contenidos: Programa
1. Finite sample properties of ordinary least squares (OLS): The classical regression model. The algebra of least squares. Finite sample properties of OLS. Hypothesis testing under normality. Relation to maximum likelihood. Generalized least squares. 2. Large sample theory: Review of limit theorems for sequences of random variables. Fundamental concepts in time-series analysis. Large-sample distribution of the OLS estimator. Hypothesis testing. Consistent estimation of the asymptotic variance of OLS estimators. Implications of conditional homoscedasticity. Testing conditional homoscedasticity. Least squares projection. Consistent estimates of projection coefficients. Testing for lack of autocorrelation. 3. Single-equation generalized method of moments (GMM): Endogeneity bias. The general formulation. Generalized method of moments defined. Large sample properties of GMM. Testing overidentified restrictions. Hypothesis testing by likelihood-ratio principle. Implications of conditional homoscedasticity. 4. Multiple-equations GMM: The multiple-equations model. Multiple-equation GMM defined. Large sample theory. Single-equation versus multiple-equations estimation. Special cases of multiple equations GMM: FIVE, 3SLS and SUR. Common coefficients.
Actividades formativas, metodología a utilizar y régimen de tutorías
Se utilizan conjuntos de problemas a resolver para orientar el estudio de la asignatura. Cada semana el estudiante tiene que aplicar los resultados y las técnicas discutidas en las clases magistrales. El curso es de naturaleza metodológica y no requiere el uso de computadoras.
Sistema de evaluación
• Peso porcentual del Examen Final 50
• Peso porcentual del resto de la evaluación 50

Calendario de Evaluación Continua

Bibliografía básica
• Hayashi, F. . Econometrics. Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J.. 2000
• J.W. Wooldridge. Econometric Analysis of Cross-Section and Panel Data. The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.. 2002
Recursos Electrónicos *
Bibliografía complementaria
• C. Gourieroux and A. Monfort. Statistics and Econometric Models, Vol. 1 and 2. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.. 1995
• J. Johnson and J. Dinardo. Econometric Methods. MacGraw-Hill, New York. N.J.. 1997
• J. Shao. Mathematical Statistics. Springer. 2003
• P. Ruud. An introduction to Classical Econometric Theory. Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K.. 2000
• R.C. Mittelhammer, G.G. Judge and D.J. Miller. Econometrics Foundations. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.. 2000
• T. Amemiya . Advanced Econometrics. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.. 1985
• T. Amemiya . Advanced Econometrics. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.. 1985
• W. Greene . Econometric Analysis. Pearson -Prentice Hill, Upper Daddle River, N.J.. 1997
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