Management Statistics

Description: 

This is a methodological course on statistics with a focus on research techniques used in management science. The pre-requisites are a basic level of statistics and probability theory, including distributions, sampling and inference. The topics covered in this course include linear and nonlinear modeling, time-to-event analysis and factor analysis. Applications will focus on areas such as pricing and revenue management. The course will also include empirical work, underlining the link between theory and applications and using statistical software packages such as SPSS, Matlab and SAS. The techniques developed in this course are fundamental research tools in modern management science, and they enable the students to engage in research at the interface of fields such as operations, marketing, finance, and strategy.

Literature:
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Credits: 
4.50
Affiliation: 
European School of Management and Technology