Econometrics is a branch of economics that combines economic theory with mathematical methods and statistical data.
The aim of econometrics is to empirically review economic theory models and to quantitatively analyze economic phenomena. infas carries out regular econometric analyzes.
One of the most important tools in estimating econometric models is the regression analysis. In modern econometrics, complex models are becoming increasingly important. These include e.g. Nonlinear models, Bayesian econometrics, structural equation models, etc. Also widely used are methods for exploiting quasi-experiments, such as matching methods, instrument variables or regression discontinuity analyzes. In connection with panel data, the panel data models should also be mentioned.