Fall 1998 - Ramanathan's Class - Final Exam

Fall 1998 - Ramanathan's Class - Final Exam - Econ 120C...

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Unformatted text preview: Econ 120C Ramu Ramanathan Fall 1998 Final exam (35%) Your name ______________________________________ Your Id No. (NOT Soc. Sec. no.) ______________________ Read the questions carefully and answer all points. For each part, confine your answers to the specific question. Marks will be taken off for irrelevant or redundant answers. Also, if you write the answers to one part in another part, you wouldnt get credit. Answers must be specific to the model in the problem. Simply copying down formulas from the index card without applying them to the problem will get you zero points. Dont use general terms such as "estimate basic model", "compute nRsquare statistic", "use weighted least squares", "compute p-value", etc. Clearly state exactly what they are FOR THE SPECIFIC QUESTION. Think of your answers as explaining to a Research Assistant exactly how to proceed. CHECK AND MAKE SURE THAT ALL 6 PAGES ARE LEGIBLE. IF ANY OF THEM IS MISSING, GET A NEW COPY. ANYONE CHEATING IN THIS EXAM WILL GET AN F IN THE COURSE AND BE REFERRED TO THE PROVOST FOR DISCIPLINARY ACTION. MAXIMUM NUMBER OF POINTS 50 + 30 + 10 = 90 I. Using annual data for Turkey for 1960-1988 (29 observations) the following estimated double-log model was obtained (the log terms are elasticities).double-log model was obtained (the log terms are elasticities)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course ECON 120C taught by Professor Stohs during the Fall '08 term at UCSD.

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Fall 1998 - Ramanathan's Class - Final Exam - Econ 120C...

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