I have taught courses on Financial Economics, Business Forecasting, Intermediate Macroeconomics, as well as Microeconomics during my employment in academia.
At the University of St. Gallen, I have taught the following 4 econometrics courses in regular Spring/Autumn intervals during may appointment from 2010 to 2017.
|1. Time Series Econometrics||(Master's Level, Spring)|
|2. Linear Time Series Analysis||(Bachelor's level, Spring)|
|3. Bayesian Econometrics||(PhD and Master's Level, Autumn)|
|4. Further Topics in Regression Analysis||(Bachelor's level, Autumn)|
There are many introductory resources on the internet for various econometric or statistical software packages that you may be interested in. I have pooled a few of these together and have made them available in the left side-panel of this page.
The best way to learn a new software is to sit down in front of a computer and start working with it. Although it is annoying at times work through a very simple introductory example, it is going to help you later on when you try to implement more difficult programs, so it is time well invested.
I have supervised and co-supervised over 30 Masters thesis and have co-supervised one PhD student. If you would like to write a Masters or PhD thesis under my supervision, send me an email with your research interests, and a suitable time so that we can try to arrange a meeting.