This past week I did not put as much time into my project as I would have liked to, but still managed to be somewhat productive. While searching for information on the advantages of panel data, I stumbled across a web page for a graduate level course called “Applied Econometrics: Topics in the Analysis of Panel Data” taught by William H. Greene.

William H. Greene is a very well-respected author in the field of econometrics, and apparently a professor of economics at NYU. The web site has power points for all of his lectures, and will be incredibly valuable in helping me learn and explain panel data modeling.

Professor Hunnicutt from the ECON department here at PLU is also letting me borrow one of her graduate level textbooks on econometrics. William H. Greene also happens to be the author of that.