Lectures in Applied Econometrics

Lectures in Applied Econometrics M1 e-Quant (Quantitative Economics) Pr. Philippe Polomé, Université Lumière Lyon 2 ... I Applied examples with enviro...

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Lectures in Applied Econometrics M1 e-Quant (Quantitative Economics) Pr. Philippe Polomé, Université Lumière Lyon 2

2015 – 2016

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Professor Université Lumière Lyon 2 Labo GATE-LSE UMR 5824 CNRS - UL2 - UJM

www.gate.cnrs.fr

My Research

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Environmental Economics I I I

Social Decision Rules in Environment ; Ecological Governance Prosocial Behaviors Nonmarket Valuation

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Agricultural Economics : Micro Analysis of Farms Environmental Decisions

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Applied Econometrics

M2 Risque & Environnement

risk.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr

Who are you ?

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Who do you expect to be ?

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What sector do you think will employ you ?

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What would you like to see in this course?

Course Objectives

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Class in Econometrics I

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Expose students to applied econometrics in English I I

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In a unit of English language Applied examples with environmental economics data Students should improve both their applied econometrics skills and their English level Attendance and interactions in class

Focus on applied techniques I

Gretl or R code

Content via gate.cnrs.fr/spip.php?article44 I

Case 1 : Amazonian deforestation I

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Public time series data

Maybe Case 2 I

Contingent valuation of recreational values, in view of non-use values of public project, at Albermale-Pamlico I I I

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Dichotomous-choice with double bound Maximum likelihood and endogeneity Rationality in economic theory

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ZAPA - health effect of traffic I I

Environmental risk policy - not valuation Multinomial logit with R

References

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Wooldridge, J. Introductory Econometrics : A Modern Approach, Michigan State University, 2012

http://www.swlearning.com/economics/wooldridge/wooldridge2e/wooldridge2e.html I

BU Chevreul[330.015.2 WOO] (1) I

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Do not confuse with BU Chevreul[330.015.2 WOO] (2) Econometric analysis of cross section and panel data

Timothy C. Haab and Kenneth E. McConnell, Valuing Environmental and Natural Resources: The Econometrics of Non-Market Valuation, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2002.

Course Organization

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6 lectures of 3.5 hours each I

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Every week

Evaluation: “Contrôle continu” in class for 100% I

About 20-30’ at some point of each lecture I I

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Beginning, end, middle On what we have seen during that lecture & the previous one (not several)

If you miss one, you get zero at that one No final exam in “first session” in Decembre 2015 “Rattrapage” in May 2016