Welcome to the Online Learning Centre for Econometrics
Econometrics aims to introduce students with little or no previous experience in econometrics to this important discipline. This text focuses on explaining why econometrics exists and how it can be used in everyday life. This text adopts a strong student-focused approach to the discipline. In doing so, it aims to address fundamental issues in econometrics in an accessible manner for students, who are often put off by the difficult nature of the subject.
The Information Centre provides details about the book's features and content. The OLC also offers a range of supplementary resources for studying and teaching using this textbook.
THE STUDENT CENTRE
The Student Centre contains features to accompany the study of Econometrics, including the following:
Article Based Exercises
Student Self-test Questions
Solutions to End of Chapter Exercises from the book
Click on the menu to the left of this page to view these resources.
Chapter-by-chapter resources may be viewed by clicking on the drop-down list.
THE LECTURER CENTRE
The Lecturer Centre for this title contains a wealth of downloadable material
for lecturers who adopt Econometrics, comprising:
Specimen Exam Papers
Project-based Assessment Examples including Marking Schemes
ACCESSING THE LECTURER CENTRE
The Lecturer Centre is for instructors and lecturers only and as such is password-protected. In order to request the password to access the Lecturer Centre, please fill in your details on the request
password page. A McGraw-Hill representative will contact you in due course.
REQUEST LECTURER COPY
If you are considering using Econometrics by Samuel Cameron for course adoption, you can request a complementary lecturer copy by clicking here and filling in the online form.
Please note that lecturer copies can only be sent to college or university addresses
within Europe, the Middle East or Africa. Lecturers outside these regions should
contact their respective International
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