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I have completed Econometrics I and Financial Econometrics as part of my doctoral course work, receiving A grades in both. Both class has theoretically and practical components. Tools use include: R, MatLab, EViews and Excel. I am currently studying for a PhD in Economics specializing in International and Monetary Economics. I have completed an MBA with a concentration in Finance and have a 1st Class Honors in Engineering as my primary degree. I have a passion for learning and firmly believe that we should continue to stretch our brains throughout out life time and not just in during our forma [more]

1) I have a master of statistics degree and an MBA degree from UCLA. Therefore, I have the formal education in econometrics. 2) I have taught and tutored many students during the past one year on using statistical method to analyze economics and financial data. This is valid econometrics work experience. 3) I have done econometrics research and my graduate thesis research contains most econometrics components using the software of Stata. My thesis is public ally searchable as evidence. I teach statistics courses. I also teach and help with data analysis. For all the work that I agree to [more]

I am qualified in econometrics - generally - given my bachelor's degree in economics completed at Boston College in May 2015. I am qualified - specifically - given my course grade "A-" in the course "Econometric Methods", which I completed during my second year of study at BC. "The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are, first, hard work; second, stick-to-itiveness; third, common sense." Thomas A. Edison The above captures all that I believe is necessary to succeed - in academics, athletics, or life in general. I have found Edison's words to be true in my own experience, a [more]

I have experience tutoring students in econometrics topics such as probability, Central Limit Theorem, regression, inference, heteroscedasticity, panel data, instrumental variables, and Maximum Likelihood. I am comfortable explaining abstract mathematical concepts in simple and clear ways and can help with problem sets requiring Econometrics techniques. I grew up in Manhattan and went to P.S. 6 for elementary school and the Brearley School for middle and high school. I graduated from Princeton with a B.A. in Mathematics in 2013, and then worked at Morgan Stanley as a mortgage-backed securitie [more]

I was an economics undergraduate major and had 4 courses directly related to econometrics. Additionally in graduate school I developed a focus on quantitative methods and modeling which use econometrics techniques. Econometrics also involves Math, Stats and computer familiarity, which i also have substantial background in. I help develop self confidence and test-taking skills. My tutoring approach is based on working with a student to determine his or her strengths and then figuring out how to build upon that student's confidence with the subject matter. I think utilizing analogies can b [more]

I got the PhD from department of economics of City University of New York Graduate Center, taught a course at City College of New York and Baruch College of City University of New York, and have been using econometric techniques on my research. I am passionate about teaching math and statistics and have experiences in teaching statistics, statistical program, and economics at colleges/universities. After the PhD degree, I have been working with someone who needed helps for those areas. I really love to help someone grow their fundamental and professional skills or knowledge level. I am very en [more]

Master's student who has taken year long courses in econometrics and regression analysis. Proficient in STATA and Excel. Have experience designing experiments and interpreting results. I am a dual degree masters student working towards completing my Masters in Environmental Policy after finishing up my MBA this past spring. In the process I have had to refine my math and analytics skills. I have developed a love for problem solving and working with others to arrive at a solution. At times classmates have asked for help with problem solving and I have been more than happy to work with them to [more]

I have background in econometrics at the college level, taking multiple higher level courses in mathematics, statistics, and econometrics while at Stanford. I have also tutored peers and friends in these subjects to equip them with the skill sets needed to succeed in class and beyond. I'm an engineer, teacher, and recent Stanford graduate. I grew up as the only sister with four brothers in a big family in Tennessee, and I graduated Stanford University with a degree in Economics and focus on Computer Science. After graduation, I moved to New York to work as a software engineer for J.P. Morgan [more]

Hi there, I am a graduate student in economics at NYU. I have studied advanced econometrics. I have an A in Econometrics & Stats I and II (which is the advanced level) and I also TA for undergrad higher level economics courses at NYU. I am a graduate student in Economics at NYU with several years of teaching experience in economics, econometrics, and international economics. I believe in a tailored and individual-specific approach that builds off strong fundamentals of economic theory. I prefer working with students who like to have themselves challenged and are enthusiastic about the subject. [more]

Econometrics is one of the most useful classes in Economics training. I have mastered and tutored the introductory / intermediate and advanced (theoretical) sequences of Econometrics. Sometimes Econometrics concepts might seem abstract to the student but I always illustrate those concepts with examples so my students can understand that the tools learned in Econometrics can be used to answer real world questions. That there is something else beyond the theory (OLS, multicolinearity, heteroskedasticity, etc) that is worth learning. I can also tutor the first part of the Econometric sequences, [more]

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