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Slide 10/Page 6: Your conclusion: Reject or not to reject the hypothesis. Economic meaning of your conclusion Presentations - The presentation will have four parts as following: Part 1 - Introduction and motivation - Research question and hypothesis - Mathematical and Statistical models of your theory - Data needed to address the question Part 2 - Description of data source(s) - Use of dummy variable (if any) - Descriptive statistics - Graph of variables Part 3 -Testing all assumptions of OLS - Testing if the variables are stationary or non- stationary in times series dataset. -Your interpretation of the model. Discussing model’s outcome - Explanation of t stats for beta slope coefficients and intercept coefficient - Discussion of implications from the F-test and test any problems in the regression (e.g. Multicollinearity, Autocorrelation problem, Misspecification problem) - Discussion of explained and unexplained variations in the dependent variable - Part 4 - Regression equation and interpretation of coefficients - Economic and technical explanation of the intercept and slope coefficients - Conclusions - Reject or not to reject the hypothesis. Economic meaning and interpretation of your conclusion - Suggestion to the further empirical research

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Grading of the Group Assignment: Grading of Team Project: Once you present your assignment within the deadline, you will become entitled to a full 100% of your assignment grade. You will lose points because of following of mistakes: Choosing an incorrect model: if model selection justified (-10% points); if not (-20% points)
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