Statistics and Econometrics I: Mathematical Statistics
This course can be roughly divided into two parts. In the first part we review probability theory and mathematical statistics. The second part is devoted to introduction to Econometrics.
This course requires some basic knowledge of set theory, linear algebra (e.g. matrix operations, inverse matrices, etc.), and calculus (basic derivatives and integrals, unconstrained optimization etc.). A short review of these topics will be provided once we require them.