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Welcome to the course Statistics Regression Analysis.
Once we know the relationship between two variables, we will be interested in predicting the value of one variable given the value of the other. This prediction is made possible by Regression Analysis.
Regression is a measure of the average relationship between two or more variables in terms of original units of the data.
In this course, you will learn about the theory and practice of Regression Analysis, with video lectures explaining concepts like
Types of Regression
Linear Regression Equation
Methods of Regression Analysis
Graphic Method of Regression
Algebraic Methods of Regression covering Regression Equation and Regression Coefficient.
This course is structured in self paced learning style.
Screen cast video lectures, hand writing notes on digital board are used in this lecture. This course is ideal for College students as it focuses on academic curriculum only.
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|Section 1: Module A - Introduction to Economics|
Introduction to EconomicsPreview
Wealth and Welfare Definition of EconomicsPreview
Economics Scarcity Definition
Economics Growth Definition
|Section 2: Module A - Economic Analysis and Laws|
Methods of Economic Analysis
Charecteristics of Wants Part I
Charecteristics of Want Part II
Classification of Wants
Significance of Classification of Want
Utility - Total Utility and Marginal Utility
Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility
Importance of Law of DMU
Criticism of Law of DMU
Law of Equi Marginal Utility
20 Limitations of Law of EMU
|Section 3: Module A - Business Economics|
Economic Theory and Business Practices
Decision Making in Business
Fundamental concepts in Decison Making followed by Incremental Concept
Incremental and Marginal Concepts
|Section 4: Module A - Different Markets and Price Determination|
Classification of Markets
Types of Market Struture
Total Revenure, Average Revenue and Marginal Revenue
Determination of Prices in Open Market
Increase in Demand and new Equilibrium Point
Decrease in Demand and new Equilibrium Point
Features of Perfect Market
Price determination in perfect market
Why Total Revenue Curve of a price taking firm is an Upward Sloping Straight Lin
What is the relation between Market Price, AR and MR of Price taking firm?
What is Market Equilibrium?
When do we say there is excess demand for commodity?
When do we say there is excess SUPPLY for commodity?
What will happen if Market Price greater or less than Equilibrium Price?
How price is determined in a perfectly competitive market?
How equilibrium price and quanity affected due to change in Income?
How increase in price of shoe affect sales of socks?
How change in price of coffee affects sales of tea?
How change in price of inputs affect equilibrium?
Effect of Rightward shift in Demand and Supply Curve on Equilibrium Price and Qu
Prefect Competion Pure Competition
why firms in Perfect Competion are Price taker?
Effect on equilibrium Price
what is Monopoly
Feratures of Monopoly
Different ways of Creating monopoly
Monopolistic Competition & its Features
|Section 5: Module A - Budget and Budget Line|
Budget Set and Budget line
How to draw Budget line
|Section 6: Module A - Elasticity of Demand|
Price Elasticity of Demand
Impact on Demand for Change in Price
Determinants of Price Elasticity of Demand
Different type of Price Elasticity of Demand
Total Expenditure Method
Geometric or Point Method
Percentage or Proportionate Method
|Section 7: Module A - Cost and Revenue|
Cost and Cost function
Money cost and Real Cost
Opportunity Cost, accounting & Economic Cost
Private Cost Social cost
Fixed cost and variable Cost
Short run Average Cost Curve
|Section 8: Module A - Indian Economy|
Indian Economy- Under Developed Economy?
Indian Economy - Developing Economy?
Indian Economy - Mixed Economy?
Role of Agriculture in India
|Section 9: Module B - Time Value of Money|
Time Value of Money - Intro through Talking Head Video
Introduction to Time Value of Money
Simple Interest Example
Compound Interest Example
Monthly Compounding Example
Compound value and compound interest case study (Excel)
Future Value of Single Amount
Future Value of Fixed Cash Flows (Annuity)
Present Value of Amount
Example for Present Value
Case Study 1 on Present Value
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