Has it been a few years since you brushed up on your econometrics?
Stay at the top of your game - enroll in NABE's Applied Econometrics Certificate Program.
For more than a decade, business economists and analysts have flocked to this popular offering from NABE to acquire the analytical tools needed to produce actionable results for their employers. If your company relies on your analysis for planning and decision-making, earn NABE's Applied Econometrics Certificate and enhance your ability to add value in your workplace.
The Applied Econometrics Certificate Program is not like academic econometric courses, which are often long on theory and short on practical applications. This program emphasizes business applications of statistical techniques and covers cutting-edge developments in economic methodologies and quantitative analysis.
This offering is a major element of NABE's Certified Business Economist program, the certification in applied economics and data analytics. More information
The course covers the essentials of econometric methods and provides practice with hands-on applications using EViews econometric software. Participants will gain experience with this powerful statistical software through empirical exercises involving econometric testing and estimation procedures. Complimentary trial versions of EViews are available to all participants.
The main topics covered in the course are:
Econometric (structural) models
Dummy (indicator) variables
Diagnostics of structural models
Omitted variables bias and instrumental variables estimation
Censored response models
Analysis of panel and longitudinal data
Multi-equation model applications
Conditional forecasts & evaluation
Panel data methods
Determining causal effects
Smoothing and seasonal adjustment
Prediction with distributed lag models (introduction to machine learning)
For more info, view the Course Table of Contents.
At minimum, participants should have a background in economic theory and statistical methods as this course is quite comprehensive. Experience in the use of mathematics, statistics and regression analysis in economic research is also helpful. Empirical examples from economics and finance are employed in the lectures and in student exercises to provide practice with data and problems that are typical in economic and business analysis.
In-Person Course Early-Bird Rates:
NABE Member: $1,700
U.S. Government Employee: $1,800
For future offerings of NABE's other Certified Business Economist programs, check the CBE calendar.