Economics 270: Quantitative Methods in Economics
Spring, 1998-99; Time:  MWF, 1:10 – 2:00, Room:  04 PAC

Michael Lovell: Email: MLovell@Wesleyan; Phone (860) 685-2355
Office Hours: Tuesdays, 2:00-3:00, Wednesdays, 10:00-10:50, & by appointment, Room 308 PAC.

Teaching Apprentices: Jessica Cohen,  x 6421; Joshua Congdon-Martin, 704-0482
Review Sessions:

7:00 PM Mondays, Room PAC 136
7:00 PM Thursdays, Room PAC 421


COURSE DESCRIPTION:  An introduction to quantitative techniques widely used by economists.  Topics include various methods of applied statistics that contribute to an understanding of economic literature and the pursuit of empirical research; elements of probability, correlation, multiple regression, hypothesis testing.  Term paper requiring collecting, manipulating, and interpreting economic statistics.

Students enrolling in E270 must also take E280, Laboratory Methods for Economics, a  ½ credit course.

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