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These lecture notes are copyrighted by Michael Creel with the date that appears above. The are provided under the terms of the GNU General Public License, which forms Section 25 of the notes. The main thing you need to know is that you are free to modify and distribute these notes in any way you like, as long as you do so under the terms of the The sections in the notes on Economic and Financial Data and Applied Exer-cises, will be used for examples at various points in the lectures. You should work through them, where they come in the sequence in the notes. This material will be useful for class exercises, exam questions and your project. 1.3. Learning Outcomes

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