Unformatted text preview: are the same prior to 1997 as after 1997. ”) 3. Answer the question using econometric analysis. Your technique should involve some sophistication ( some technique from this class, for example: instrumental variables, fixed effects or random effects, adjusting for selection or censoring ) . 4. Summarize your results in a paper. Describe: your question, your data ( the specific variables that you use, and the sample that you use ) , your estimation technique, your estimates, and the answer to your question. The paper will probably be 7-10 pages long. ( However, I grade on completeness, not length. ) In addition, you should submit your estimation program and the log file as an appendix to the paper. The most important thing is to demonstrate that you know what econometric techniques to use, and when to use them. By this Thursday, March 23, you should have looked at the available datasets and you should have a possible research question....
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- Spring '08
- Econometrics, possible research question, Jeff Wooldridge, Encuesta Nacional de Empleo Urbano, ENEU