Statistics and Econometric Analysis
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Economic data such as economic growth rates, foreign exchange rates, interest rates and so on, which are reported almost every day via newspapers and TV news, are stated in numerical numbers. Statistics and econometrics are intended to teach how to analyze these data. The Internet world gives us an instant and easy access to a vast amount of data. In our current information age, we are increasingly required to be able to arrange and analyze such data in an accurate manner. To acquire such capabilities, we have to learn theory for analysis (i.e., "Statistics"), use of computers (i.e., "Information Processing"), knowledge of economic data (i.e., "Economic Statistics"), and analysis of specific economic data (i.e., "Econometrics") step-by-step. Statistics and Econometric Analysis provides students with the courses mentioned above in a systematized and integrated manner.