Energy Market Analysis: Quantitative Methods (Economic Modeling Workshop 2002)
The workshop addresses the scientific (universities, research centers) and business (consulting) community interested in quantitative analysis of energy business and energy policies.
Participants should be familiar with basic statistics and microeconomics.
Optimization procedures and econometric forecasting methods play a key role for decision support in the energy business.
The aim of this year's Economic Modeling Workshop (EMW) is to provide an introduction into basic optimization and econometric models for the analysis of energy demand and supply.
Upon a short introduction of the theoretical basics, practical examples are investigated and implemented using STATA and GAMS. Familiarity with STATA and GAMS is useful but not required since the workshop provides a tutorial for both software packages. Material and teaching is in English.
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17.06.2002 - 19.06.2002
9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Location of the Event
ZEW, L 7,1 D-68161 Mannheim
EUR 1.000,- (exc. VAT); members of universities get a discount of 30%
The workshop provides you with state-of-the-art computer-based modeling. Using concrete examples, you will learn to implement forecasting and planning models for the analysis of energy markets.