Undergraduate Courses

ECON2121 METHODS OF ECONOMIC STATISTICS

This course studies basic statistical concepts and their applications. Major topics include: descriptive statistics; probability distributions; sampling; estimation; hypothesis testing; regression and correlation analysis. Students should have knowledge of elementary differential and integral calculus, and are advised to take ECON1111 before taking this course. (Not for students who have taken, or are currently taking DSME2010, DSME2011, SEEM2430, STAT2006 or STAT2101.)

2016-2017:

1st Term
ECON2121A Teacher: Prof. HSIEH Chih Sheng [Course Outline]
2nd Term
ECON2121B Teacher: Prof. YAN Jin [Course Outline]