I teach many different classes at the University of North Dakota. Current undergraduate classes include: Introduction to Business & Economic Statistics (Econ 210), Principles of Banking (Econ 305), Bank Regulation (Econ 405), and Empirical Methods II (Econ 411). Econ 411 is a forecasting class that counts for the Masters of Science in Applied Economics degree offered through the business school. I also teach a class on Population Analysis (Econ 565) for the graduate program as well.
In all my courses I try to emphasize classic methodology as well as cutting edge current techniques. I emphasize a need to understand the important literature that defines a topic as well as the new frontiers being pushed by researchers. There are numerous projects and assignments and projects designed to develop the toolkit necessary for students to understand the literature and become practitioners in their career path.
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