The Ohio State University
Department of Economics
ECON 4400
Dr. Leila Farivar
Autumn 2012
Solutions to Problem Set 6
Problem 1
(c) Its prudent to attempt to solve an omitted variable problem before wo
The Ohio State University
Department of Economics
ECON 4400
Dr. Leila Farivar
Problem Set 3
(Due: In the beginning of the lecture on 9/28/12 for MWF class; 9/27/12 for TR class)
In this problem set (a
Exam 1
Econ 4400, Elementary Econometrics, Fall 2016
The actual exam will be twice as long as this exam. The actual exam will be 1 hour
and 10 minutes, while this is meant to take up to 35 minutes. Us
Homework 4
9/13/2013
Name: _
Econ 4400-101
Due: 9/20/2013
Show all necessary work.
Instructor: Anthony J. Bradfield
All work should be done by hand, unless stated otherwise.
1. [1] Suppose you have th
Homework 1
8/26/2013
Econ 4400-101
Due: 8/30/2013
Instructor: Anthony J. Bradfield
Name: _
Show all necessary work.
All work should be done by hand.
1. [2]
What
are
x, s2, and s?
i xi
14
21
33
42
The Ohio State University
Department of Economics
ECON 4400
Spring 2014
Dr. Leila Farivar
Problem Set 2
Due date for Wed-Fri class: At the beginning of the lecture on Wednesday 2/12/14
Due date for Tu
HOMEWORK 5
Econ 4400, Elementary Econometrics
Directions: Please follow the instructions closely. Questions 1-10 are worth 9 points
each. Question 10 is worth 10 points.
Due: All problem sets have to
HOMEWORK 3
Econ 4400, Elementary Econometrics, Spring
2016
Due Tuesday, February 23
1. (7 points)Ordinary least squares estimates are the Best Linear Unbiased Estimates
under 6 classical assumptions.
HOMEWORK 2
Econ 4400, Elementary Econometrics, Spring
2016
Due Thursday, February 11
Directions: Your homework should be a professional looking document
with complete sentences, correct grammar, and p
The Ohio State University
Department of Economics
ECON 4400
Autumn 2012
Dr. Leila Farivar
Solution to Problem Set 3
In this problem set (and in all assignments and exams in this class in general) to p
Econ 444 Elementary Econometrics (Fall 2007)
SUMMARY of CHAPTER 4
and
HOMEWORK EXERCISE: 3
Due at the beginning of class on Wednesday, October 17
1
KEY TERMS AND CONCEPTS
variance, correlation, sample
Homework 2 KEY
1
Econ 4400
Directions
You should show enough work to demonstrate that you understand how to solve a
problem. A wrong answer with no work is worth 0 points, but a wrong answer with
some
Homework 6
10/4/2013
Name: _
Econ 4400-101
Due: 10/11/2013
Show all necessary work.
Instructor: Anthony J. Bradfield
All work should be done by hand, unless stated otherwise.
1. [1]
Consider again the
Homework 8
10/21/2013
Name: _
Econ 4400-101
Due: 10/28/2013
Show all necessary work.
Instructor: Anthony J. Bradfield
All work should be done by hand, unless stated otherwise.
1. [4] The following is
ECON4400: Elementary Econometrics
Problem Set #3
(Total Points: 100)
Name:_
Directions: Please follow the instructions closely. Students are allowed to work in groups of 2
people however, all students
Quiz 2
Econ 4400, Elementary Econometrics, Spring 2016
Section:
Name:
1. Which value is minimized in OLS?
P
(a) | n ei |
Pn
(b)
ei
Pn 2
(c)
ei
Pn
(d)
(yi y)
2. In the equation: yi = 0 + 1 xi + ei , wh
The Ohio State University
Department of Economics
ECON 4400
Autumn 2012
Problem Set 6
(Due: In the beginning of the lecture on
10/24/12 for MW class; 10/25/12 for TR class)
Problem 1
Chapter 6, Exerci
Econ 4400
Econ
Dr. Leila Farivar
Lecture 8
Chapter 5
Hypothesis Testing
Hypothesis
Leila Farivar, OSU, Econ 4400
1-1
What Is a Hypothesis?
In our context:
Hypothesis is a statement about a
population
Homework 5
9/27/2013
Name: _
Econ 4400-101
Due: 10/4/2013
Show all necessary work.
Instructor: Anthony J. Bradfield
All work should be done by hand, unless stated otherwise.
= 1 ,
. . .29277, and n =
Homework 7
10/11/2013
Name: _
Econ 4400-101
Due: 10/18/2013
Show all necessary work.
Instructor: Anthony J. Bradfield
All work should be done by hand, unless stated otherwise.
1. [4] Use the dataset f
HOMEWORK 1
Econ 4400, Elementary Econometrics, Spring
2016
Directions: For questions 1-3 all work must be shown for credit. Questions
4-6 require the use of STATA and the data set 2014CPS Small.dta. I
The Ohio State University
Department of Economics
ECON 4400
Dr. Leila Farivar
Problem Set 8
(Due: In the beginning of the lecture on 11/15/12 for TR class, and on 11/16/12 for MWF class.)
Problem 1
[E
1
Econometrics - Exam
Exam
Please discuss each problem on a separate sheet of paper, not just
on a separate page!
Problem 1: (20 points)
A sample of data consists of n observations on two variables, Y
The Ohio State University
Department of Economics
ECON 4400
Dr. Leila Farivar
Problem Set 1
Due date for Wed-Fri class: At the beginning of the lecture on Friday 1/31/14
Due date for Tue-Thrs class: A
The Ohio State University
Department of Economics
ECON 4400
Autumn 2012
Dr. Leila Farivar
Solutions to Problem Set 1
Due: In the beginning of the lecture on
9/11/12 for TR class; 9/12/12 for MWF class
The Ohio State University
Department of Economics
ECON 4400
Autumn 2012
Dr. Leila Farivar
Problem Set 1
Due: In the beginning of the lecture on
9/11/12 for TR class; 9/12/12 for MWF class
Problem 1
Fo
ECON 4400
Elementary Econometrics
Department of Economics
Anthony J. Bradfield
[email protected]
Office: 310 Arps Hall
Hours: T 9:30 11:15, W 2:00 3:45, H 1:30 3:00
The Ohio State University
Autumn
2/7/2018
ECON 4400
Homework 2
1. Y the response variable (dependent)
B0 - the y-intercept, or the constant (independent)
B1 - rate of change in y as x increases by one unit (independent)
X predictor f
1/24/2018
ECON 4400
Homework #1
1. A) x=6.666667, y= 8.333333
B) Y has a higher variance, because it has a larger difference between data points.
C) X and Y are positively correlated. This can be seen
The Ohio State University
Economics 4300, Government Finance in the American Economy
William J. White Spring, 2018
First Homework Assignment
Name and Dot Number
Multiple Choice Questions
40 points tot
The Ohio State University
Economics 4300, Government Finance in the American Economy
William J. White
Spring, 2018
Second Homework Assignment
Name and Dot Number
Multiple Choice Questions
30 points to
Econometrics
Measuring economics
o Use data to describe behavior, economic trends, resource allocation, etc.
o Used to test theoretical hypotheses
o Can be used in forecasting
Searching for Causality