Professor Mervyn Silvapulle. Students must be enrolled in either the Master of Philosophy or the Doctor of Philosophy to enrol in this unit. This unit provides an introduction to probability theory and statistical inference for graduate studies in econometrics and business statistics and related fields. It is intended to prepare research students for a range of other units in econometrics and business statistics.
The first part will cover basic probability theory and the second half will be concerned with aspects of statistical inference. Business Law.
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