Courses

Discipline wise list of courses offered

Economics

Course Number: HSL719
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

The primary objective of this course is to provide an advanced treatment of econometric methods for cross section and panel data including linear and non-linear models. Some selected topics are instrumental variable estimation, estimation of system of equations, estimation of panel data models,... Read more

Course Number: HSL811
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

Primary objective of this course is to introduce students with the process of economic growth and the long run sources of differences in economic performances across nations. Emphasis will be placed on developing theoretical toolkit in understanding growth mechanics. It is intended that this... Read more

Course Number: HSL812
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

This is an advanced level course in trade. The objective of this course would be to give adequate training to graduate students in economics (and related disciplines) to bring them to the forefront of knowledge in international trade and prepare them to undertake independent work in the areas of... Read more

Course Number: HSL820
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

This course will introduce students to advanced topics in Economics as decided by the instructor.

Course Number: HUL 311
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

This module introduces students in economics and other social sciences to game theory, a theory of interactive decision making. This module provides students with the basic solution concepts for different types of non-cooperative games, including static and dynamic games under complete and... Read more

Course Number: HSL720
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

On successful completion of this course, a student should be able to understand the important economic reasons for enormous worldwide disparities in income levels and standards of living. Using a selection of the most important papers currently on the frontier of in this field, we will explore... Read more

Course Number: HUL 312
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

Though empirical questions are central in motivating the issues on distribution, this course will mostly draw from theory. Papers published in established journals will cover the major references for this course. It will start from some empirical pattern of development (Kuznet‘s hypothesis),... Read more

Course Number: HUL 315
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

Basics of sample survey; variance and covariance; correlation coefficient; simple regression analysis; Gauss-Markov theorem; estimation of regression coefficients; confidence intervals and hypothesis testing in regression analysis; type-I and type-II errors; transformation of variables; multiple... Read more

Course Number: HSL813
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

The course builds on microeconomic and mathematical tools to formalize decision-making by economic agents under different environments, e.g. framing, uncertainty, competitive bidding, tacit collusion etc. Starting from the basic models of consumer’s behavior, the course aims to build advanced... Read more

Course Number: HUL 316
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

The course is aimed at developing an understanding of the economic issues in a range of economic activities in the Indian economy. The themes that can be covered include performance of the Indian Economy since 1951, agricultural growth in India, inter-regional variation in growth of output and... Read more

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