Society of Business Economists Course on Analysis of Economic Data
29 November 2017
Update and Refresher for Analysis of Economic Data
Prof. Peter Urwin
2 Day Course
Day 1 – 10th January 2018 / 10am-5pm
Day 2 – 11th January 2018 / 9am-4pm
University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS
This two-day course has a core component that refreshes attendees’ skills in the analysis and interpretation of economic data, to support decision-making across business and the public sector. In addition, there is a component that can vary slightly with each delivery, depending on the specific needs of attendees; focusing on an updating of understanding around more recent approaches to data analysis.
More specifically, the two-day course will REFRESH attendees’ knowledge plus provide an UPDATE component on specific topics chosen by the class including Machine Learning and Data Mining – Big Data; Analysis of Unstructured/Textual Data – Cost-Benefit Analysis – Evaluation: Overview of Microeconometric Techniques – Forecsating: Overview of more Advanced Macroeconomic Techniques.
Professor Peter Urwin is Director of the Centre for Employment Research and Professor of Applied Economics at the University of Westminster. He has tutored many well-received courses for the Government Economic Service.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
These courses have been developed for professional economists in both the business and public sector – whether well established professionals looking for a refresher and update or those in the early stages of their career.
HOW TO BOOK
The 2-day course costs £450. To register and for more details please click see: