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In response to the trending phenomenon of NFTs, the institute has partnered with UC's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning to bring three unique perspectives to the conversation.
Business strategy requires an understanding of both cooperative and non-cooperative game theory. In this course, participants will use game theory to analyze imperfect competition, moral hazard, adverse selection, market failures, externalities, and public goods.
This workshop explores how businesses can implement an econometric analysis of time series data. The course covers the standard array of statistical and econometric methods employed for inference, estimation, and prediction with time series data. Both univariate and multivariate methods are considered. While the theoretical approach is covered, the emphasis of the course is on practical application using R programming language.
In this workshop, participants will learn the concepts and methods of business program and service evaluation. They will learn how to monitor outputs and outcomes as well as conduct a cost-benefit analysis. Participants will also gain practical experience by completing a critical analysis of case studies.