3 Econometrics Tutors Found Near Montgomery, AL



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John B.

Econometrics Tutor

Montgomery, AL 36117

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.9 781 ratings

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Great Explainer

I have both academic and extensive practical experience with econometric analysis. Past professional positions have required the use of generalized multiple linear regression modeling, hedonic regressions, and the analysis of time-series data with lagged variable effects and auto-correlation analysis. Specific modeling areas included investment portfolio analysis, product sales forecasting, loan and deposit modeling, project finance modeling, and country-level macroeconomic modeling. I have a solid background in statistics, economics, finance and mathematics through differential calculus. I am [more]


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Daniel R.

Econometrics Tutor

Roswell, GA 30076

Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

4.86 174 ratings

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Professional Math Tutor and Statistical Consultant

I have helped several students from the University of Colorado at Boulder and Colorado State University in econometrics. This class is a combination of statistics and calculus. These are the two subjects I'm most familiar with. Bachelors in Math Education and Masters in Applied Statistics. Several years experience helping students from all levels. I've helped students from different backgrounds--from students with an IEP to gifted students. I have not met a willing student whom I could not help. I excel at clearly explaining challenging math concepts in a way that students can understand. My [more]


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Christopher D.

Econometrics Tutor

Tallahassee, FL 32317

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.4 10 ratings

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PhD Student for Tutoring

My PhD coursework included quantitative coursework that utilized STATA and was in econometrics. I have taken coursework in statistics and econometrics in my Masters and Bachelors coursework. PhD (Public Administration) coursework: Quantitative I and II. Masters (criminal justice) coursework: regression. Bachelors (Psychology) coursework: experimental psychology and social science statistics. I have taught an undergraduate course: measurement and analysis in criminal justice that included statistics and elements of econometrics. Quantitative I and II heavily dealt with econometrics and the oth [more]