My Course Wish List at CMSE next year

August 30, 2012

(This article was first published on Pairach Piboonrungroj » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Here is the list  of courses I wish to teach next year at Chiang Mai School of Economics, not so sure about the demand there!

Undergraduate (B.Econ.)

  1. ECON 304: Economics Statistics (with R)
  2. ECON 408: Research Design in Economics
  3. ECON 417: Managerial Economics
  4. ECON 419: Economic Theory and Entrepreneurship
  5. ECON 443: Industrial Economics
  6. ECON 4xx: Introduction to Economics of Logistics and Supply Chains (Pre: ECON 301 and Intro. to Business 703103)
  7. ECON 4xx: Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling for Economics (Pre: ECON 304) (with R)


Master (M.Econ.)

  1. ECON 729: Applied Logistics and Supply Chain Economics (Selected Topic in Economic Theory)
  2. ECON 719: Applied  Structural Equation Modeling in Economics (Selected Topics in Quantitative Economics) (with R)


  1. ECON 829: Advanced Logistics and Supply Chain Economics (Selected Topic in General Economic & Theory)
  2. ECON 819: Advanced  Structural Equation Modeling in Economics (Selected Topics in Advanced Econometrics) (with R)

Filed under: Econometrics, Economics, R, Research Methods, Statistics, Structural Equation Modelling

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