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Unformatted text preview: ECON 103, Lecture 9: Midterm practice Maria Casanova April 28th (version 0) Maria Casanova Lecture 9 Instructions: The exam will take place on Thursday 30th during class time (9:30 to 10:45) Maria Casanova Lecture 9 Instructions: The exam will take place on Thursday 30th during class time (9:30 to 10:45) Calculators WILL be allowed If you forget your calculator, set up the problem but do not solve it. You will be graded on your setup. Maria Casanova Lecture 9 Exercise 1 You have a sample of N = 300 manual workers for whom you can observe: W =wage Maria Casanova Lecture 9 Exercise 1 You have a sample of N = 300 manual workers for whom you can observe: W =wage S = (years of) Education Maria Casanova Lecture 9 Exercise 1 You have a sample of N = 300 manual workers for whom you can observe: W =wage S = (years of) Education E = (years of) Experience Maria Casanova Lecture 9 Exercise 1 You have a sample of N = 300 manual workers for whom you can observe: W =wage S = (years of) Education E = (years of) Experience a) You begin by estimating the following model using Stata: ln W i = β + β 1 S i + ε i Can you reject the hypothesis that education has no effect on wages?...
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2009 for the course MATH 262447221 taught by Professor Weisbart during the Spring '09 term at UCLA.
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