Integrative Practical


Course Objective

The student learns how to apply basic techniques from econometrics,
operations research, and mathematical economics to problems taken from
real life. For this, they first have to model the problem in
mathematical terms, and afterward, decide what techniques are relevant
for the specific problem. Next to this, the student also develops the
ability to work in groups and learns how to write a report in a
scientific style.

Course Content

In this course, students work in groups on a practical case involving
econometrics, mathematical economics, and operations research. The first
week is intended to introduce the projects, the required literature, and
the data if needed. In weeks 2 and 3, there will be meetings to report
the progress.The presentations of the final reports will take place in
week 4.

Teaching Methods

Working groups of at least two and at most four students. Weekly

Method of Assessment

Presentation and written report.

Entry Requirements

For the students of the Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research,
there are entry requirements. The student must have followed intensively
at least two out of three courses Econometrics I, Operations Research I,
and Mathematical Economics I. One of the courses must have been passed,
for a second course the student should have obtained at least a 5.

Recommended background knowledge

The contents of the three courses Econometrics I, Operations Research I,
Mathematical Economics I

General Information

Course Code E_EOR2_INTP
Credits 6 EC
Period P3
Course Level 200
Language of Tuition English
Faculty School of Business and Economics
Course Coordinator dr. M.A. Estevez Fernandez
Examiner dr. M.A. Estevez Fernandez
Teaching Staff dr. M.A. Estevez Fernandez

Practical Information

You need to register for this course yourself

Last-minute registration is available for this course.

Teaching Methods Lecture, Study Group
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