Symposium on Panel Data Econometrics with Professor Jeffrey M.Wooldridge
This short course will cover applications of correlated random effects (CRE) panel data models, starting with static, linear models and ending with non-linear models with endrogenous explanatory variables. Along the way we will discuss flexible parametric strategies suggested by recent nonparametric approaches. An important topic is combining CRE approaches with models containing endogenous explanatory variables. We will also cover CRE methods with unbalanced panel data
Dr Wooldridge has published more than forty articles in internationally recognised journals, as well as several book chapters, including articles in the Handbook of Econometrics and the Handbook of Applied Econometris. He is the author of Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach (South-Western, 4e, 2009) and Econometrics Analysis of Cross Section and Panel Data (MIT Press, 2002).