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This book provides an introduction to the statistical software R and its application with an empirical approach in finance and economics. It is specifically targeted towards undergraduate and graduate students. It provides beginner-level introduction to R using RStudio and reproducible research examples. It will enable students to use R for data cleaning, data visualization and quantitative model building using statistical methods like linear regression, econometrics (GARCH etc), Copulas, etc. Moreover, the book demonstrates latest research methods with applications featuring linear regression, quantile regression, panel regression, econometrics, dependence modelling, etc. using a range of data sets and examples.
|Place of Publication||Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ|
|Publisher||World Scientific Publishing|
|Number of pages||245|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2017|
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R for Empirical Research in Financial Econometrics
Abhay Singh (Speaker)25 Nov 2019 → 28 Nov 2019
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