Introduction of Econometrics and Finance:
Econometrics and Finance research are integral components of the financial world, guiding decision-making in markets, investments, and economic policy.
Developing mathematical models to predict asset prices, portfolio performance, and risk factors, aiding investors and financial institutions in decision-making.
Analyzing techniques to measure and mitigate financial risks, including credit risk, market risk, and operational risk.
Investigating how psychological biases and cognitive factors influence investor behavior and market outcomes, contributing to a deeper understanding of market dynamics.
Applying advanced mathematical and statistical methods to pricing derivatives, optimizing trading strategies, and managing financial portfolios.
Time Series Analysis:
Studying economic and financial data over time to identify trends, patterns, and relationships, enabling more accurate predictions and informed decisions.