Agricultural and Environmental Economics and Policy (Undergraduate Level)
The course is designed to introduce basic concepts of microeconomics, and the functioning of agricultural and environmental markets. The course is also intended to give exposure to selected advanced topics in agricultural and environmental economics.
Topics in Agricultural Economics and Policy (Senior Level)
The course is designed to present empirical applications of quantitative methods to analyze agricultural markets and to assess relevance, efficacy, and effectiveness of policy interventions in agriculture.
Applied Econometrics (Graduate Level)
The course is designed to enrich the toolkit of students with a set of applied econometric mehods for panel (Dynamic Discrete Choice Models, Quantile Regression, Shrinkage Estimators, etc.) and time series (Threshold Models, Quantile Autoregression, etc.) data. Empirical applications are replicated and discussed throughout the course.
Intro and Advanced Econometrics for Applied Economics in Agriculture (Summer School)
The course is oriented toward PhD students, postdoctoral researchers and professionals with interest in agricultural economics and applied economics: Linear Regression Models; Generalized Regression Models, Endogeneity Issues; Time Series Econometrics; Limited dependent variable models and Panel Data Models; Score matching, Regression discontinuity models, Quantile regressions