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  1. It would be great to have a course on Econometrics

    I have a basic economics background but would love to be able to better understand important indicators and where they come from.

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    • Econometrics

      Can you please consider doing a course in econometrics? This is something all students struggle with.

      It would especially be great if you could do something on Time Series. Very few schools offer courses in time series econometrics!

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      • Course on Stata , SAS programming.

        Could we have a course that teaches statistical and econometric programming in Stata and SAS? And hence, explaining econometric techniques and time series techniques using these statistical soft-wares.
        Thank You

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