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Unformatted text preview: 1Slide # 1 Qualitative Dependent Variable Models 2Slide # 2 v 1. Is it dangerous to talk on a cell phone while driving? v 2. What determines whether or not you get that promotion? v 3. Why were you admitted to this program? v 4. What do these teams have in common? Utah Jazz St. Louis Rams LA Dodgers Indianapolis Colts San Francisco Giants Sacramento Kings Click to edit Master subtitle style 33 Exam 3 Cumulative exam!! Includes 10 multiple choice questions from Exam 1 4Slide # 4 Research Project Report Due Beginning of Class #14 5Slide # 5 Limited Dependent Variable Models v A. Different from first topic v B. Covered briefly at end (cover on your own ) 6Slide # 6 Research Project: Order of Testing v A. Omitted variables and incorrect functional form (F, adj. R2, plots) v Note: do either B. or C. but not both B. Serial correlation ( time series) C. Heteroskedasticity (cross section) v D. Multicollinearity (corr. matrix, VIF) v E. Irrelevant variables (t, joint significance) 7Slide # 7 Bush Gains Ground Race Remains Tight; Bush Gains on Key Issues George W. Bush has regained a narrow lead over Al Gore in the presidential race, while minor-party candidates Ralph Nader and Pat Buchanan lag far behind. (ABCNEWS.com) (see note) Bushs gains on issues may be helping boost his prospects in some voter groups. Hes doing better among older Americans (Medicare/drugs) and he leads Gore among parents with school-age children (education). Among women , Gores lead is down from 18 points last week to nine now, with most of the change coming among white women. Men still favor Bush by a large margin, 17 points. This makes the gender gap about twice its average in the last five elections. Even with Bushs advances in these groups, the race is deadlocked among independents , ultimately the key swing voter group in this or any election. Source: ABC News web site, Oct. 11, 2000 8Slide # 8 Bushs gains on issues may be helping boost his prospects in some voter groups. Hes doing better among older Americans (Medicare/drugs) and he leads Gore among parents with school-age children (education). Among women , Gores lead is down from 18 points last week to nine now, with most of the change coming among white women. Men still favor Bush by a large margin, 17 points. This makes the gender gap about twice its average in the last five elections....
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