Taking place at Nuffield College, University of Oxford on Monday and Tuesday, 9-10 September 2019. Papers are to be submitted by Sunday, 30 June 2019.More information
Taking place at Cass Business School on Thursday and Friday, 5-6 September 2019. The conference provides a unique opportunity for you to meet and collaborate with Stata developers and connect with the Stata user community.More information
EViews 11 is a brand new version of EViews with lots of exciting new features, from extensive VAR improvements, to integration with Python, geographical map visualisations, and much more.More information
Choose from our selection of free webinars that will be held each month for your convenience. Register now as space is limited.More information
Taking place in London at Cass Business School on 1 - 3 May 2019, the course will cover: stationary VARs, starting from the basics and tackling more advanced techniques such as dealing with over-parameterisation via Bayesian estimation; non-stationary VARs and Johansen approach to cointegration; and structural VARs, and what can be done in EViews 11, will also be explored.More information
Taking place in London at Cass Business School on 27 - 30 May 2019, this 4-day course focuses on practical programming needs arising when dealing with large datasets, multiple data sources and the programming tools which may help in routinising complex tasks and automating pieces of your work.More information
Taking place on 23 May 2019, our half-day web based course provides a complete introduction to time series modelling and forecasting with EViews. It provides a good and practical understating of the best performing univariate and multivariate time series models used in financial applications and strong background in forecasting.More information
Stata version 15 includes a new command, stintreg, which provides you with the familiar streg parametric survival regressions, while allowing for interval-censored data.More information
Stata 15 has a command power that allows users tremendous flexibility in determining sample size, power of test, and graph those.More information
Learn how Stata 15's tobit models include multilevel versions with random intercepts and random slopes.More information
New in Stata 15, the
threshold command allows you to look for changes in the relationship between variables when conducting time series analysis.
A major new release version of OxMetrics econometric software is now available.
Prof. Sir David Hendry and Dr. Jennifer Castle discuss possible approaches to building a model of a given dataset in the CEPR's VOX online platform.More information
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Our 2019 Econometrics Summer School, Cambridge will be held at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge. The School comprises 3x 2-day econometrics short courses delivered by leading Econometricians from the University of Cambridge: Prof. Andrew Harvey, Prof. Sean Holly and Dr. Melvyn Weeks.
The three courses comprising the School are - Microeconometrics / Time Series Analysis & Modelling / Macroeconomic Modelling & Forecasting.View full course details