Economics and Econometrics Courses

Advanced Econometric Modelling for Monetary Policy Analysis

The main objective of this workshop is to apply advanced econometric modelling tools to enable policy analysis, test theories and do policy simulations.

In some time series data, especially financial data, the variance changes over time: sometimes the series exhibits high volatility, while at other times the volatility is low, so that the data exhibits clusters of volatility.

Delegates will get hands-on modelling practice, estimation and diagnostic testing, simulate scenarios and utilize economic and business data to assess and analyse previous policies.

Full PDF:ECM 9006 – Advanced Econometric Modelling for Monetary Policy Analysis

Applied Time Series Econometrics Modelling

This course is of an applied nature and focuses on hands-on experience in estimation, interpretation and evaluation of economic relationships. The aim is to reconcile economic theory with practice, thereby empowering delegates with analytical skills and a hands-on approach to decision making processes.

Full PDF: ECM 9001 – Applied Time Series Economics Modelling

Econometric Analysis of Panel Data

This course is of an applied nature and focuses on experience in estimation, interpretation and evaluation of economic relationships, within a panel data context. The course covers techniques applicable to both stationary and non-stationary panel data sets, and includes an introduction to both one-way & two-way error component models (either including individual-specific and period-specific effects or both).

Full PDF: ECM 9005 – Econometric Analysis of Panel Data

Fundamentals of Petroleum Economics

A practical Energy Training course enabling delegates from all technical and commercial disciplines to understand the theories and methods used to value oil and gas prospects. The 5 day training will reveal the fundamental aspects of upstream petroleum economics and risk analysis.

Full PDF: ECM 9002 – Fundamentals of Petroleum Economics

Tax Revenue Forecasting and Financial Modelling (Bespoke)

Governments benefit greatly from knowing how to calculate and forecast their tax and other revenue receipts to plan and budget for the future. Hence tax revenue analysis has become increasingly important in improving the equity of taxes, promoting investments as well as encouraging growth and exports.

This course helps you develop the tools to formulate tax budgeting plans. Through the use of lectures, case studies, presentations and hands-on computer exercises, you will learn the statistical techniques, forecasting methods and revenue estimation models.

Full PDF: FIN 9006 – Tax Revenue Forecasting and Financial Modelling

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