Econometrics for Daily Lives helps you collect data and analyze the relationship among numerous factors facing you in your everyday activities. This first volume comprises two parts. Part I reviews basic statistics and introduces the most elementary topics in econometrics, including simple regressions and multiple regressions. Part II discusses several problems arisen in data analyses, one problem at a time, so that you can learn to deal with each problem without having to master advanced topics in econometrics. The volume is full of examples and practical guidance on how to perform data analyses using Microsoft Excel.
|Publisher:||Business Expert Press|
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About the Author
Tam Bang Vu is a professor of economics and interim dean of the College of Business and Economics at the University of Hawaii-Hilo. She has published more than 30 articles in refereed journals during the past ten years, including papers in renowned journals such as Economics Letters, Applied Economics, Applied Economics Letters, Pacific Economic Review, and Journal of Asian Economics. Tam Vu has been teaching quantitative methods for ten years, including both econometrics and forecasting courses. Her classes are open to both undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in business and economics. She holds a PhD and a MA in economics, a MM in piano performance, and two BAs in fine arts and architecture. She is also a graduate cooperating faculty at the University of Hawaii-Manoa.