My memory is a little too fuzzy to be precise, but it's certainly well beyond my undergrad metrics course.
hmm...in my undergrad, we had something like that for the second econometrics course after intro to prob/stat. and another metrics course. note that one can do 4 econometrics courses (the 4th one being a phd-level course) and not even deal with time series!
the thing about this exam is that it's fundamental stuff at an intermediate level. learning GMM and ML would already help u answer this, i.e. no tricks involved.
Thank you! I just have a feeling that after a basic econometric course I am not prepared for this level of econometrics. I think I am going to choose a course on probability based on Rice's mathematical statistics before handling this one.
Can you just tell me what the necessary background for such a course is. Thanks!
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