Courses

Our courses run over two or three days in a state-of-the-art microeconometrics laboratory at the Department of Economics, UCL. They are designed to be of particular benefit to economists and social scientists in the public and private sectors wanting to know how to use microeconometrics and microdata to inform policy making. If you have any queries, please contact events team or see our terms and conditions.

Discrete choice modelling

12 January 2005 - 14 January 2005

Venue: UCL Economics Department
Non-linear panel/longitudinal data analysis

7 April 2005 - 8 April 2005

Venue: UCL Economics Department
Modelling consumer demand

14 April 2005 - 15 April 2005

Venue: UCL Economics Department
Panel time series

4 May 2005 - 6 May 2005

Venue: UCL Economics Department
Introductory Microeconometrics

12 October 2005 - 14 October 2005

Venue: UCL Economics Department
Panel / Longitudinal Data Analysis

10 November 2005 - 11 November 2005

Venue: UCL Economics Department
Microsimulation

1 December 2005 - 2 December 2005

Venue: UCL Economics Department
Policy Evaluation Methods

7 December 2005 - 9 December 2005

Venue: UCL Economics Department