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midterm_notes_S07 - Econ 166 1 Midterm Exam Notes: Most...

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Econ 166 1 Midterm Exam Notes: Most Important Material: lect1v10.pdf, including in Additional Notes on Comparison of Simple and Multiple Regression.pdf Lect4stat_infer_testv7.pdf Lect5_Ftestsv2.pdf Wooldridge Ch 3 and 4). ((Going through Chapter 2 may be helpful, because the single variable regression derivations are the easiest to follow) . dummy variables: See Lect5_Ftests and Lect10_reg_decomposition_group_di/erences.pdf. Wooldridge 7.1-7.4 Large sample properties: Select lect6_large_samp_prop_and_matrix_notationv1.pdf (Matrix notation will not be on the exam.) E/ects of scaling of y and x variables on coe¢ cients, standard errors, R2, etc. Other material: I will be asking at least one question that refers to the applications. You Focus what the question is, the nature of the data, and how summary statistics and regression models are used to address it. I might describe a question and data that correspond closely to one of the papers, and ask you to write
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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.

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