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Introductory Econometrics


Economics  4340  (section 01)

Fall  2006
Tuesday  & Thursday  12:30 - 1:45 pm
    Atkinson Hall 101

Dr. W. Ken Farr        
Professor of Economics                 
                                                   
Office:  Atkinson Hall  Rm. 433
Phone:  (478) 445-4210  or (478) 445-1804


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Syllabus:

 
Answers to End of Chapter Exercises
Homework & Announcements:


Rules for Logarithms

Textbook Website:

 
Assumptions of the Classical Linear Regression Model
 

Lucrative Degrees for College Grads
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Top 10 degrees in demand
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Most Lucrative College Degrees
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Economics in Vogue Again!
   
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Economics for undergraduate college students
(provided by the American Economic Association)

News on Demand for Economists
Article from the WSJ, 2/22/2005

Top Five Bachelor Degrees
    
Survey from USA TODAY

The Economics Major

What Do Economics Majors Do After Graduation?

                                                                                                                                          

                                              

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About Economics
AmosWeb
Economics Designerz
Economic History Services
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GC&SU Learning Center
  
GC&SU Russell Library
GC&SU Russell Library Magazine & Journal Locator
Library of Congress
Prentice Hall's Guide to Student Success in Economics
RefDesk.com 
Sports Information
Tutor2u--Online student learning center

 

 

News & Information:
The Economist
Business Week
CNN
CNNfn
Gasoline Price Information
Money
New York Times
Oil Prices
USA Today
 
Economic Information & Data:

 
 

American Economic Association
Bureau of Labor Statistics:  Frequently Asked Questions
CPI:  Frequently Asked Questions.
Economic Calendar
Misc Data Resources (provided by Economics & Finance Dept)
Federal Reserve District Banks
GDP:  Frequently Asked Questions
Links to a Variety of Economic Information
Links to Other Federal Sites
Statistical Abstract of the US
U.S. Economic Data (provided by the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank)

U.S. Federal Reserve System
Web Resources for Economists

 

Miscellaneous Information:

Buy Textbooks Online
CollegeNet
Free software downloads
Occupational Outlook Handbook
            (Outlook for Economists)
Job Openings for Economists
Salary.com
 

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  Updated on August 14, 2006