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Ch6_ee_dist_2
School: Alabama
Course: Econometrics
Empirical Exercises for Chapter 6 In this exercise you will investigate the relationship between the number of completed years of education for young adults and the distance from their high school to the nearest fouryear college. On the Web site you will

Ch7_ee_dist_2
School: Alabama
Course: Econometrics
Empirical Exercises for Chapter 7 In this exercise you will investigate the relationship distance from college and education. 1. Discuss the internal validity of the regressions that you used to answer question 9 of the empirical exercise for Chapter 6. Y

CollegeDistance_DataDescription
School: Alabama
Course: Econometrics
Documentation for CollegeDistance Data These data are taken from the HighSchool and Beyond survey conducted by the Department of Education in 1980, with a followup in 1986. The survey included students from approximately 1100 high schools. The data used

Exercises On IV Estimation Griliches
School: Alabama
Course: Econometrics
Empirical Exercises (IV Estimation) We will estimate the type of the wage equation estimated by Grilliches using an extract from the NLSY used by Blackburn and Neumark (1992). The NLSY is panel data, with the same set of young men surveyed at several po

Lecture1_ch4_slides_1
School: Alabama
Course: Econometrics
Introduction to Linear Regression (SW Chapter 4) EC 471 Spring 2004 41 Warming Up Think about an empirical question: Class size and educational output Policy question: What is the effect of reducing class size by one student per class? by 8 students/clas

Lecture2_ch5_slides_1
School: Alabama
Course: Econometrics
Multiple Regression (SW Chapter 5) EC 471 Spring 2004 51 Multiple Regression There are more than one variables. k = # of regressors Marginal effects are partial effects after controlling for the effects of other variables. When control variables are omit

Lecture3_ch6_slides_1
School: Alabama
Course: Econometrics
Lecture 3 Nonlinear Regression Functions (SW Ch. 6) EC 471 61 Nonlinear Regression Functions Everything so far has been linear in the Xs o Is the salary increasing at the same rate every year? o Some variables increase/decrease at an increasing rate. Pr