Quantitative Research Methods (BUSS7902)
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This unit aims to provide students with a review or introduction to the types of quantitative analysis techniques that they may be required to know, discuss or conduct, both during their PhD and in their future working lives. The unit aims to provide such a basic training with a focus on econometric and statistical analysis methods. The skills taught in this unit are considered important for all PhD candidates to possess, both during and after their candidature.
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