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Econometrics midterm
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1 data inspection:
There are 27 variables containing 25,357 observations in this dataset.There
6 dummy variables in this dataset along with eight categorical variables.
These are number of stor
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HW 3
Name(s):
Due Thursday, October 29 at the beginning of class. Emailed assignments must be a PDF, and CC the
TA on email submissions.
The dataset (attached separately) provides details on whether or not individuals were accepted to graduate sch
ECON213
HW 1
Name(s):
Use the Economist Survey Data acquired from the National Science Foundation (nsf.gov) posted on Latte
to answer the questions. The data are individual responses for those whose highest degree is in a STEM
field (variable hd sub cat c
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HW 2
Name(s):
Using the 1993 baseball data (attached separately), regress salary on what you believe to be determinant
variables. In would like a report on the findings:
1. What variables did we include due to theory, and why?
2. Which variables,
MLB_Salary
Line sal t
We observe that clearly, the sal data has an obvious time trend. Thus, we choose ADF
to test whether unit root exists or not.
From Z(t), we find out that test statistic is smaller than 5% critical value, thus, null
cant be rejected,
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GPA and GRE are two continuous variables in the model. GPA is grade point average (GPA) is
calculated by dividing the total amount of grade points earned by the total amount of credit
hours attempted. GPA may range from 0.0 to a 4.0. For example: A = 4.
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GPA and GRE are two continuous variables in the model. GPA is grade point average (GPA) is
calculated by dividing the total amount of grade points earned by the total amount of credit
hours attempted. GPA may range from 0.0 to a 4.0. For example: A = 4.
Midterm 2
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I. Data Inspection
(a) How many groups are the data? How many time periods? And the total number of
observations?
There are 11 groups of data, 20 time periods. The total number of observations is 220.
(b) Describe the panel. Is it t
Midterm 2
BAO,Zhengxin
I. Data Inspection
(a) How many groups are the data? How many time periods? And the total
number of observations?
There are 11 groups of data, 20 time periods. The total number of
observations is 220.
(b) Describe the panel. Is it t
quietly xtreg invest capital value,re
scalar theta=e(theta)
global yandxforhausman invest capital value
sort firm
foreach x of varlist $yandxforhausmancfw_
by firm: egen mean(`x')
generate md`x' =-mean`x'
generate red`x' =`x-theta*mean`x'
quietly xtreg r
Brianda Penafort
The dataset being used in this model provides details on whether or not individuals were accepted
to graduate school, along with their GPA and GRE scores. The other variable, rank, provides the
ranking of their undergrad school on a scale
Brianda Penafort
Econometrics Midterm 2
1) Data Inspection:
(a) Groups, Time Periods and Number of Observations
There are eleven groups in this data; they represent the eleven steel companies, General Motors
(GM), US Steel (US), General Electric (GE), Chr
Data description:
The database is a panel data of three countriesJapan, Canada, and the United States, from 2001
to 2014. The frequency is quarterly and the panel is strongly balanced.
Employment rate describes the percentage of total working age populati