Third-Party Products and Services

Although IHS EViews provides its own EViews training options, the following EViews related products and services may be of interest to members of the EViews community. Note that the descriptions and links for third-party products, semiars and courses are strictly informative and provided by the third-party service provider. This is not an endorsement by IHS EViews.

  • Seminars & Courses
  • Training & Consulting
  • Books
  • Data Vendors

Haver Analytics

EViews Bootcamp
14th – 16th September 2015
60 East 42nd Street, 33rd Floor
New York, NY 10165

Day 1: Bootcamp

  • EViews navigation: importing data (time series, cross-section and panel data), transforming series, graphing, exporting output to Word and Excel, descriptive statistics.
  • Using the Command window as well as ‘Mouseland’ to navigate.
  • Powerful data import features
  • Data transformations including the new auto update series features.
  • Calculating means, variance, covariances, and moving averages.
  • Basic regressions and exporting estimation results to Excel-based models.
  • P-values and their extensive use in EViews.
  • Introduction to robust standard errors and hypothesis testing.

Days 2–3: Econometric Tools

  • Regression with Robust Standard Errors
  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Model Selection: Nesting and Testing
  • Univariate Time Series Models, estimation and forecasting
  • Serial Correlation Correction
  • ARMA
  • Simulating Stochastic Processes
  • Stationarity Issues
  • Simple Programs
  • VARS
  • Granger Causality

Instructor: Robert McNown, Ph.D, professor of Economics and Director of the Program on International Affairs, University of Colorado. Fulbright Lecturer and Scholar in economics and econometrics, Stanford Calderwood Teaching Award winner

For further details visit our training page or e-mail

Timberlake Consultants

Introduction to Econometrics
5th - 6th October 2015
George Washington University
Washington, DC, USA

This course is designed to provide an introduction to regression analysis for participants with a background in basic statistics. The main focus will be on econometrics, but the class will also be of interest to academicians (including Masters and PhD students) from other social science and business areas who are interested in expanding their background in statistical inference. The course will also be of interested to non-academic participants who use data analysis for business decision-making.

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Techniques & Tools for Short-term Macroeconomic Forecasting
9th - 11th November 2015
Manhattan GMAT Center
New York City, NY, USA

Whether you deal with forecasting at a Central Bank, public institution, bank or consultancy firm; or you use forecasting techniques in your research, this is the perfect course to bring you up to date with the latest methods in the forecasting profession. We begin softly by reviewing some classic time series methods and standard point and density forecasting tools (fan charts), but rapidly turn to the state-of-the-art forecasting methods such as Mixed Frequency Data Sampling (MIDAS), Regime (or Markov) Switching models, and Bayesian forecasting techniques.

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EViews Fundamentals
10th - 11th December 2015
Manhattan GMAT Center
New York City, NY, USA

This course is designed as an introduction to the very powerful and popular econometric software, EViews 9. The focus will be on exposing participants to basic modules and structures of EViews that will help users to harness, fully, the capabilities of the software. With hands-on examples, discussions and in-class exercises, the seminar will introduce important concepts such as Work files, Objects, databases, Graphical and data management capabilities and basic single-equation analysis.

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EViews Introduction
1st - 2nd September 2015
Berlin, Germany

This course addresses those who would like to learn more about time series analysis with EViews, e.g. because they recently have started to use EViews at their daily work. During the two-days course we will teach fundamental statistical concepts with a special focus on the following topics:

  • Describing economic reality via EViews.
  • Testing hypotheses about economic theory with EViews.
  • Forecasting future economic developments with EViews.

For further details visit or e-mail

EViews Modelling
26th - 27th October 2015
Berlin, Germany

This course is intended for those who already have collected some experiences with EViews. Model specification and validation are at heart of the course in the context of models within and beyond the standard linear (multiple) regression framework. Besides the classical AR, MA, ARMA, ARDL modelling techniques, more advanced topics such as Simultaneous Equations Models (SEM), Vector Autoregression Models (VAR), Vector Error Correction Models (VEC) and Generalized Linear Models (GLM) will be covered.

For further details visit or e-mail

Cambridge Econometrics

Introductory Econometrics
Dates on demand (T.B.A.)

Designed for people with a basic knowledge of statistics but probably very little econometrics, and introduces topics in both time series and microeconometrics. Includes: introduction to economic modelling; introduction to statistical concepts and data analysis; OLS properties, assumptions and violations; applied micro and time series examples.

Instructor: Ben Gardiner .

For further details email

Dates on demand (T.B.A.)

Aimed at intermediate level (some background knowledge / previous econometrics training). Includes: data analysis techniques; policy analysis; dealing with endogeneity; limited / censored dependent variables; introduction to panel techniques.

Instructor: Ben Gardiner.

For further details email

Time Series Econometrics
Dates on demand (T.B.A.)

Aimed at intermediate level (some background knowledge / previous econometrics training). Includes: data analysis techniques; univariate modelling; structural modelling; single-equation cointegration; multiple-equation cointegration.

Instructor: Ben Gardiner.

For further details email

Panel Data Econometrics
Dates on demand (T.B.A.)

Combines elements from both Microeconometrics and Time Series Econometrics to cover a more advanced set of topics, finishing up by looking at leading-edge developments in the field. Includes: panel data analysis; Unobserved effects panel data estimation; dynamic panel estimation; time series panel estimation.

Instructor: Ben Gardiner.

For further details email

The following companies provide consulting services and training in the use of EViews:

Economic Data Consultants

238 Canvasback Place


British Columbia, V8K2W5 Canada

tel: 1-250-537-8461

Fax: 1-250-537-8462


JTC Economic+Finance, LLC

P.O. Box 20725

Boulder, CO 80308

Tel: 1-720-252-3272




34 Bd Haussmann

75009 Paris France

Tel: +01 42 46 00 42

Fax: +01 42 46 00 33



Scientific Solutions SA

Rue du Midi 2

CH-1009 Pully-Lausanne


Tel: 41 (0) 21 711 15 20

Fax: 41 (0) 21 711 15 21



Timberlake Consultants Ltd (Head Office)

Unit B3, Broomsleigh Business Park

Worsley Bridge Road

London SE26 5BN

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)20 8 697 3377

Fax: +44 (0)20 8 697 3388



East Asia Training & Consultancy Pte Ltd

29 Hazel Park Terrace #02-09

Singapore 678950

Tel: (65)-62199062

Fax: (65)-62506369

Phillipines office:

Tel: (63) 2-706-4687

Fax: (63) 2-706-4688

Malaysia office:

Tel: 03-6257 1111 ext 221

Fax: 03-6257 7701



Statworks (M) Sdn Bhd

Amcorp Trade Centre

Suite 1206, 12th Floor, Amcorp Tower

18, Jalan Persiaran Barat

46050 Petaling Jaya

Selangor, Malaysia

Tel: +603 7955 5288

Fax +603 7955 5388



Schulstraße 2

37213 Witzenhausen


Tel: 049 5542 93300

Fax: 049 5542 933030



TurnTech China

Beijing Tianyan Rongzhi Software Co., Ltd.

Room 443, Building 6

Huihuang International Center

Shangdi 10th Avenue Haidian District

100085 BEIJING

P R China

Tel: +86-10-62978511 62669193

Fax: +86-10-62981484




The following textbooks use EViews examples as a teaching tool. They are available bundled with the EViews 6 or 7 Student Version.

The following textbooks use EViews examples as a teaching tool. They are available bundled with the EViews 4.1 Student Version.

Other Books

The following books use EViews to generate tables, graphs and examples. EViews routines for selected examples may also be provided in the book.

With EViews Enterprise and an account with your data provider, you can seamlessly search, query, and retrieve data from many third-party data sources.

Please visit our Third Party Data Vendors page for a list of database vendors who offer economics databases that may be accessed directly using the EViews Enterprise version.