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AAE 770: Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Resource and Energy Economics

The fundamental mathematics and statistics necessary for the study of quantitative methods in resource and energy demand. Topics include the mathematics of optimization and its role in basic welfare theory and consumer demand; linear and matrix algebra and their application in both modeling consumer behavior and the statistical analysis of models; and the fundamentals of statistical analysis relevant to econometric analysis of resource and energy demand, including probability theory, sampling distributions, and statistical inference.

not offered for Summer 2017 semester

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