The Structural Econometrics Group is an informal initiative by Tilburg economists with interests in structural econometrics and computational economics; and their empirical applications to industrial organization, marketing, household economics, and labor economics. It currently involves faculty and students from the Econometrics (EOR), Economics (ECO), Marketing (MKT), and Finance (FIN) departments. Its main activities are:
- the dissemination of information on relevant activities at Tilburg University; and
- the organization of dedicated seminars, meetings, incoming visits, and courses.
SEG lunch meetings are held on Wednesdays, from 11.50 to 12.50:
- In the remaining weeks to come together with our RM and PhD students and discuss their research. By default, there will be such a student-advisor meeting when no seminar is announced by email and in the events calendar. You are all welcome.
Either way, lunch will be provided. Besides,
- Formal seminars are usually scheduled in one of the regular seminar series and cross listed.
For both types of events see the Events calendar for details.
Tilburg offers two full-blown US-style Ph.D. programs, one in economics and one in business. The following courses are most directly related to structrual econometrics:
- Empirical Industrial Organization 1, taught by Bart Bronnenberg
- Empirical Industrial Organization 2, taught by Jaap Abbring and Tobias Klein
Besides, the core course Econometrics 2 offers an introduction into structural econometric modelling, covering simple models of entry and exit, discrete choice, and examples of dynamic structural models.
Please click here for information on past Ph.D. courses.