ECON 7820 - Industrial Organization II3 credit hours
Prerequisite: Must have passed Ph.D. qualifying exams in microeconomics and macroeconomics. Serves as the second half of the graduate sequence in industrial organization, in which microeconomic models are used to study topics related to firm strategy and market structure. Aim is to improve students’ economic modeling and econometric skills in order to prepare them to conduct independent research. Students will make extensive use of statistical software packages such as MATLAB and STATA.
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