Stata Textbook Examples, Introductory Econometrics, Chapter 6
Stata Textbook Examples
Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach by Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (1st & 2nd eds.)
Chapter 6 - Multiple Regression Analysis: Further Issues
Example 6.1: Effect of Po
Stata Textbook Examples, Introductory Econometrics, Chapter 8
Stata Textbook Examples
Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach by Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (1st & 2nd eds.)
Chapter 8 - Heteroskedasticity
Example 8.1: Log Wage Equation with Heteroscedastic
Stata Textbook Examples, Introductory Econometrics, Chapter 10
Stata Textbook Examples
Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach by Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (1st & 2nd eds.)
Chapter 10 - Basic Regression Analysis with Time Series Data
Example 10.1: Static
Stata Textbook Examples, Introductory Econometrics, Chapter 7
Stata Textbook Examples
Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach by Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (1st & 2nd eds.)
Chapter 7 - Multiple Regression Analysis with Qualitative Information: Binary (or
Stata Textbook Examples, Introductory Econometrics, Chapter 12
Stata Textbook Examples
Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach by Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (1st & 2nd eds.)
Chapter 12 - Serial Correlation and Heteroskedasticity in Time Series Regressions
Stata Textbook Examples, Introductory Econometrics, Chapter 13
Stata Textbook Examples
Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach by Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (1st & 2nd eds.)
Chapter 13 - Pooling Cross Sections Across Time. Simple Panel Data Methods
Exampl
Stata Textbook Examples, Introductory Econometrics, Chapter 3
Stata Textbook Examples
Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach by Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (1st & 2d eds.)
Chapter 3 - Multiple Regression Analysis: Estimation
Example 3.1: Determinants of C
Wooldridge datasets
Wooldridge data sets
Each of these data sets is readable by Stata-running on the desktop or on Unix-over the Web. You
need only copy the line given below each dataset into your Stata command window or Stata do-file.
After loading the d
Stata Textbook Examples, Introductory Econometrics, Chapter 4
Stata Textbook Examples
Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach by Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (1st & 2d eds.)
Chapter 4 - Multiple Regression Analysis: Inference
Example 4.1: Hourly Wage Equati
Stata Textbook Examples, Introductory Econometrics, Chapter 2
Stata Textbook Examples
Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach by Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (1st & 2d eds.)
Chapter 2 - The Simple Regression Model
Example 2.3: CEO Salary and Return on Equit
UNIT 2
In this unit, we are going to learn:
what is a utility function
what is an indifference curve and what is the
marginal rate of substitution
what are the necessary and sufficient conditions
for utility maximization
the definitions of Concavity, Quas
Unit 3
Our goal is to know (from Chapters 5 and 6):
how to derive and draw Marshallian demand curves
how to derive and draw compensated demand curves
how to derive income and substitution effects
mathematically and graphically
how to measure the change in
Unit 6
At this point, we combine the two threads of our discussions - consumers and
producers to see how markets really work together. In other words, we see how
supply (producers response) and demand (the need of the consumer) respond
to each other. We c
Unit 4
Now, we focus on how goods are produced from inputs. The two concepts
related to production are cost and production functions. We discuss various
production functions in some details and take a look at the dierence between
long and short-run cost f
Unit 6
We want to learn:
market demand curves
how to derive SR market supply curves
the difference between SR and LR equilibrium
how to arrive at LR equilibrium
how welfare is maximized under perfect competition
Market Demand
The market demand curve is th
Unit 9
Simultaneous games
Sequential games
Repeated games
In game theory,
Players are basically decision makers.
Strategy is basically the choice set of actions each player can choose.
Payoffs are the final returns of the players.
Simultaneous Game
Unit 7
Production Possibilities Frontier
how factor markets clear
how equilibrium prices are determined
what is production efficiency and Pareto efficiency
Walras's law
welfare theorems
In the last class, we developed a model where supply and demand are
e
Unit 4
Our aim is to know:
what is an isoquant
different production functions
returns to scale
how to derive a cost function
how to derive a contingent input demand
the difference between LR and SR cost functions
Production Function
The production functio
Unit 8
what is risk-aversion?
how to measure the degree of risk-aversion?
the difference between expected utility and expected value
risk-premium
the portfolio problem
The state preference approach
Mathematical Statistics
A random variable x is a variable
Economics for Decision Making (2016 Fall 1/MSF W4) - Homework 3
Score: _/48
Individual Submission: "I, [Name], pledge that the work I am submitting is of my own
ideas. It adheres to the Carey Business Schools Honor Code. I will strive for excellence,
hone
The Dollar Valuation: US versus China
China is known to have the largest economy in Asia and second largest globally.
However, following an unstable growth rate, its economy is slowing down and the threat of
another 2008 Global Crisis is looming. And surp
BU.220.620 Economics for Decision Making Prof. Mitsukuni Nishida
Individual Demand & Decision Making on the Margin
Application: Electric Power Purchasing*
ANSWER GUIDE
Suppose that a particular customer has the following demand curve relating the quantity
Part 1: Multiple Choice Questions (two questions, 20 points total).
Choose the single best answer and indicate your answer by clearly and unambiguously circling or
crossing the corresponding letter.
1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
2.
Consider a perfectly competitive marke
Part I: Multiple Choice Questions (10 points each).
Choose the single best answer and indicate your answer by clearly and unambiguously circling or
crossing the corresponding letter.
1. (10 points) A recent paper in the International Journal of Sports Fin
Economics for Decision Making
Fall 2016
Professor Mitsukuni Nishida
Sample Questions
Note: This sample questions are intended for approximately an hour long.
I, _ (student name) in section F _ (cohort), pledge that the work I am
submitting is of my own id
[Shutdown decision] Company A, a firm in the perfectly competitive custom is having a bad year
financially. Their total revenue is $110,000, with total fixed costs of $80,000 and total variable
costs of $120,000. Their financial advisor tells them: Despit
Practice Questions, midterm 1
266: Fin. Markets and Institutions
Spring 2015
Jon Faust
1 Questions in this document are mostly variants of those asked on past
exams/quizes/problem sets and should provide you with a guidance
about what to expect and what s
10-year bond:
par ($)
coupon ($)
i (%)
payment
comes in
year:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
sum:
200 <= once the sheet is done, you can put in
5 different values in these three spots and
2.5 read the present value and duration bel