# Econometrics Modelling

## RealÂ Methodology of Econometrics and how it is used in practice

In economic research, policy analysis, and forecasting, econometric approaches are frequently employed. The methods are employed to examine economic data and forecast future trends. Among the most popular econometric methods are: – Regression Analysis: This method is used to ascertain how variables are related to one another. For instance, the cost of promotion and the …

## Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Building Your Econometrics Model

There is little doubt that every economic theory we studied is based on theoretical modeling first. It sprouted from an idea which later on was served to the world with improvements; assumptions, hypothesis tests and results came into prominence. These models are all the simplified versions of reality. Starting from the most basic law of …

## 5 YouTube Channels for learning Econometrics online

During the lock down, classes shifted online and few YouTube channels started imparting the knowledge in a new avatar. As we know, learning econometrics online or offline is a tedious affair. But, these channels’ approach to present the subject to the audience have a different hue altogether. Fresh outlook and precise explanation. We present you …

## 13 Most Common Econometrics Models for Researchers and Students

Last week, I talked to a lot of students of Econometrics regarding the most difficult challenge they faced in Econometrics. The most common issue that emerged out of that discussion is constructing an econometrics model that is suitable for the data in hand and/or real world. Most often, data is not reliable as economists have …

## Commonly Encountered Problem in Econometrics

1. Multicollinearity Multi-collinearity is a type of disturbance in data, where the independent variables are related to each other making the statistical inference redundant. 2. Heteroscedasticity Heteroscedasticity or Heteroskedasticity occurs when the size of the error term varies across the values of the independent variable. 3. Auto correlation It measures the relationship between a variables’ …

## 3 Basic Mathematical Tools For Strong Econometrics Foundation

Everyone is aware of the importance of a strong, stable foundation for  high rise building. Basic mathematical tools are such skills which will help you interpret the results,and your concepts. We enlist the 4 such basic mathematical tools for your strong foundation for Econometrics. 1. Proportion and Percentage 2. Summation Operators 3. Descriptive Statistics 4. …