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Unformatted text preview: Joseph Altonji Econ 166 Final Exam Notes: 1.a The exam is closed book, no notes, no calculator or electronic device. 1b. You can bring 1 8.5 x 11 2 sided sheet. You have to write your notes by hand, and you can&t use a photo copy machine or whatever to reduce them. 2. Weight: 1/3 pre-midterm, 2/3 post midterm 3. For the pre-midterm, see the midterm notes that I distributed. You should also review the midterm exam. Pay special attention to (a) f-tests, t- tests, and condence interval estimation, (b) the partialling out interpretation of OLS regression coe cients, (c) analysis of bias in OLS regression, (d) interpre- tation of OLS regression coe cients, interaction terms, and dummy variables, (e) the variance of OLS. 4. Review the problem sets. 5. Lectures, Readings, Outside Readings. My lectures are highest priority. Second is the assigned readings from the textbook. For the time series section, pay attention to the table of contents page that I marked up and handed out. The random eects estimator will not be onthat I marked up and handed out....
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This note was uploaded on 07/03/2008 for the course ECON 166 taught by Professor Josephaltonji during the Spring '07 term at Yale.
- Spring '07