Time-Series Analysis & Forecasting - ONLINE

 

April 27 - May 8, 2020

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
LIVE ONLINE

Designed to aid economic forecasting, the Time-Series Analysis and Forecasting course presents advanced statistical and modeling techniques and applications with a focus on recent developments in econometric methodologies and quantitative analysis. All participants who complete the course will earn NABE's Certificate in Time-Series Analysis and Forecasting. The course will meet via Zoom software, and attendees can expect to interact with the instructor and other classmates through live instruction, live breakout groups, and via at-home assignments with report back models. Capacity for this offering is limited to 30 participants.  More course information

Early-Bird Registration Fees*

NABE Member**:  $1,200
U.S. Government Employee: $1,250
Non-Member**: $1,350 (includes one year of NABE membership dues)

*Early-Bird Deadline: April 8, 2020

**An additional $50 applies to shipment of materials outside of U.S.

REGISTER HERE 

Or download the registration form and email to nabe@nabe.com. Please note that an additional $25 processing fee is applied to registrations submitted via email. Save money and register online!

NOTE: To be eligible for a refund less $50, a written cancellation must be received by the Early-Bird deadline of April 8, 2020. After this date, refunds will no longer be granted. Questions? Please contact us at 202-463-6223 or nabe@nabe.com.
About the Instructor

Douglas G. Steigerwald joined the faculty of the Department of Economics at the University of California, Santa Barbara after completing an M.A. in Statistics and a Ph.D. in Economics at the University of California, Berkeley. His research and teaching focus on frontier econometric methods at the intersection of economics, environmental science, computer science, geography and statistics.

At Santa Barbara Doug heads the Econometrics Research Group , which provides a focal point for graduate students from a range of departments who are conducting applied econometric research. He also has directed the American Economic Association's Summer Training Program, advised the Sloan Foundation on graduate research and is the faculty representative on the Board of Trustees of the UC Santa Barbara Foundation. Off campus, Doug has served as a consultant in the finance industry - for Hull Trading and Matlock Capital - and in the legal services industry - for LECG. He has also served as chair of the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program in Economics.

In his free time, Doug enjoys writing travelogues.