This on demand online course presents Marginal Effects concepts and applications using the Stata statistical software. The course is organized into three lectures. Lectures 1 presents core concepts and the need to do Marginal Effects. Lecture 2 shows how to run Marginal Effects and shows how to generate graph in Stata. Lecture 3 demonstrates how to interpret the results of Marginal Effects. We will be adding more contents over time, and you will have access to all updates for lifetime.
Mohammad Hassan Shakil is a PhD research fellow at Taylor’s University, Malaysia. He is the recipient of Taylor’s PhD Scholarship. He received his MSc in Islamic Finance degree from the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF-AACSB accredited), Malaysia and was the recipient of Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), a member of Islamic Development Bank Group (IDBG) Masters Scholarship. Besides, Shakil has worked as a graduate research assistant at the INCEIF for one year and undertaken a few research projects funded by INCEIF and the Central Bank of Malaysia. His research interest is in ESG and Sustainable Finance. He has published several articles in reupdated journals, for example, Science of the Total Environment, International Journal of Bank Marketing, International Journal of Emerging Markets. Besides, he is an active reviewer of numerous journals, such as Science of the Total Environment, International Journal of Emerging Markets, International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education. Follow his research on researchgate.
Participants receives course completion certificate from Research HUB upon finishing all lectures and MCQs within 01 to 30 weeks from the enrollment date.
THE COURSE INCLUDES
- Four on-demand lectures.
- Access to Stata do-file.
- Three recommended readings.
- Lifetime access to course resources and updates.
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