Policy Evaluation (EAE5983): Introduce the students to the policy evaluation methods focusing on the understanding of the selection mechanism behind the policy. Methods discussed: randomization, propensity score analysis, differences-in-differences, synthetic control, among others (2015-2020).
Economics of Climate Change (INCLINE): Introduce the students to economic methods to evaluate climate change effects on economy and wellbeing (2019-2020).
Spatial Econometrics (EAE5853): Introduce the students to applied spatial statistics and spatial econometrics for cross-section and panel data (2015-2016). Link
Demand Estimation (Mini-course): Introduce the students the link between theoretical and empirical approach for estimating a system of demands using household budget surveys (2014-2016).
Introduction to Economics (EAE0110): Introduce the students (first-year) to the bases of the economic theory: i) basic economic concepts; ii) economic models; iii) supply and demand; iv) market and equilibrium; v) elasticities; vi) welfare analysis (2011-2013).
Econometrics I (EAE0324): Specification, estimation and inference of the linear regression models. It also addresses the identification problems from linear models. Basic structure: 1) exogeneity and identification; ii) linear Regression models; iii) estimation (OLS, MLE, GMM); iv) asymptotic properties; v) inference; vi) binary variables (dummy); vii) heteroskedasticity; viii) serial autocorrelation; ix) specification problems (2014-2019).
Econometrics II (EAE0325): Introduce instrumental variables method, simultaneous equations, dicrete choice models, and panel data methods (2015).
Basic Econometrics (Coursera): Online course. In portuguese. Click here.
Book: Econometria Aplicada. In Portuguese. Buy here.