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Sources of Data
Glossary of Statistical Terms
Director of Graduate Programs, Economics
Youngstown State University
Department of Economics
Teaching: Primarily Quantitative Economics at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Research: Applied Econometrics and
American Economic Association
American Statistical Association
Midwest Economic Association
Association of Third World Studies
Welcome to my home page. Basically, the site contains information for YSU students who are
currently taking with me the following quantitative economics courses:
3790, Econ 3790 Lab, Econ
5824, Econ 5853, Econ
6900, Econ 6904, and Econ
6976. Select the course to view a copy of the syllabus.
Students taking Econ 3790, and 6900 must buy a copy of
Economics and Business Statistics with Excel, 3e in order to
take advantage of the extensive discussion on research methodology
including a complete analysis of sample Excel outputs in all the chapters
of the book. To do the exercises and cases in
Economics and Business Statistics with Excel, 3e, you must download the
For those using
Economics and Business Statistics With SPSS/win you
must download the
SPSS Manual in order to do the exercises and cases presented in
the book. Though limited in terms
of the discussion and examples, the Web module of Learning Statistics with
SPSS/win continues to provide tutorials with annotated outputs by subject areas. Select the topic areas that pertain to the course(s) that you are
presently taking with me. Follow the relevant links to obtain more information about a
specific statistical procedure and the related tutorials/examples. Help in
using the SPSS/win program is also available in the SPSS/win Primer.
Regardless of which manual you have/use, go to the Glossary
of Statistical Terms for a quick refresher of statistical concepts while learning the material.
Information in Research Guidelines and Sources of
Economics Data are specifically for the undergraduate students taking
Applied Econometrics (Econ. 5853) and the
graduate students taking Econometrics (Econ. 6976). This
module contains a brief description of the various stages of
doing an empirical study
and bookmarks to important sources of
data on the Internet. Also, the resources for economists
contains a comprehensive listing of economic information on a variety of economic subjects
and areas, including: Job information for
Economists; Economic Societies and Associations; Economics Journals on the Internet;
Directories to Universities, Business Schools, Economic Departments, Graduate Programs,
and Economists; and Software Program Libraries. Economics and business
students as well as practitioners in economics and/or related fields will find the
resources quite useful.
Have fun using the resources provided here for in Quantitative Economics. Please feel
free to send me your comments. I solicit constructive
comments so that I can better deliver Distance Education
to you through the cyberspace of the World Wide Web. You can use my E-mail address or the feedback form below to send me your comments. Thank
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