Professor Mumford
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Econ 360 - Fall 2012
Problem Set 4
Due at the beginning of class on Tuesday, September 18
True/False
(10 points) Please write the entire word. No explanations are
ECON 360 Problem Set 3 Solutions
WOOLDRIDGE CHAPTER 2
2.1 (i) Income, age, and family background (such as number of siblings) are just a few
possibilities. It seems that each of these could be correla
ECON 360 Problem Set 4 Solutions
WOOLDRIDGE CHAPTER 2
2.7
(i) When we condition on inc in computing an expectation, becomes a constant. So,
(| ) = = (| ).
The conditional expectation of e is zero beca
Multiple Regression
with Qualitative
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ECONOMETRICS (ECON 360)
BEN VAN KAMMEN, PHD
Introduction
There is a lot of (relevant) information in data about the elements observed that is not in
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ECONOMETRICS (ECON 360)
BEN VAN KAMMEN, PHD
Introduction
This lecture steps back from estimation and inference and reminds you to considerwhy youre
doing econometrics
Heteroskedasticity
ECONOMETRICS (ECON 360)
BEN VAN KAMMEN, PHD
Introduction
For pedagogical reasons, OLS is presented initially under strong simplifying assumptions.
One of these is homoskedastic err
Midterm Exam 1
Econ 360 — Fall 2011
Professor Mumford Wednesday, October 5, 2011
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Midterm Exam 1
Econ 360 - Fall 2012
Professor Mumford
[email protected]
Thursday, September 27, 2012
YOUR NAME:
Answer all questions clearly and legibly.
Show all of your work in the space provided
Professor Mumford
[email protected]
Econ 360 - Fall 2012
Problem Set 3
Due at the beginning of class on Tuesday, September 11.
Multiple Choice Questions
(18 points)
Suppose that a random sample of 20
Describe
summarize Fin_sqft Bdrms Fbath Hbath Lotsize Sale_price if PropType =
"Residential"
gen lFin_sqft = log(Fin_sqft)
gen lLotsize = log(Lotsize)
gen lSale_price = log(Sale_price)
gen age = 2010
reg lchnimp lchempi lgas lrtwex befile6 affile6 afdec6 t
test lchempi lgas lrtwex befile6 affile6 afdec6
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Multiple Regression
with Qualitative
Information
ECONOMETRICS (ECON 360)
BEN VAN KAMMEN, PHD
Introduction
There is a lot of (relevant) information in data about the elements observed that is not in
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Basic Regression with
Time Series Data
ECONOMETRICS (ECON 360)
BEN VAN KAMMEN, PHD
Introduction
This chapter departs from the cross-sectional data analysis, which has been the focus in the
preceding c
Questions: Multivariate Statistics Exercise
These statistics are from Major League Baseball in 2012, observing each ( = 30) teams
win total and run-scoring (points) differential: our points minus our
Questions: Quadratics and Interactions Exercise
1. The model is:
= 0 + 1 + 2 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + ,
where WAR is a measure of (increasing in) a baseball pitchers performance, age is in
years, and FB r
ECON 360 In Class Exercise (2/20)
Refer to Table 6.1 in Wooldridge for the following questions.
1. What is the marginal effect of maternal smoking, measured in cigarettes per week, on
birth weight in
Questions: Statistical Inference Exercise Part Deux
1. The model is:
= 0 + 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 +
6 + .
Null (and alternative) hypothesize about each parameter in this model.
See attached estimates.
2.
ECON 360 First Exam Solutions
1. Consider the multiple regression model containing three independent variables, under
Assumptions MLR.1 through MLR.4:
= 0 + 1 1 + 2 2 + 3 3 + .
You are interested in
ECON 360 First Exam Solutions
1. Suppose you are interested in estimating whether having a nicer car (measured by the log of the
price paid for the car) induces people to drive more. The dependent var
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Carcinogenicity of consumption of red and processed meat
In October, 2015, 22 scientists from
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in Lyon, France, to evalu
ECON 360
Project Topic Proposal
09/25/16
Working Title:
Places Featured in Popular Movies Impact its Tourism?
Introduction: My paper is to test the idea of film induced tourism and to see if being f
3.8. We can confirm the following by using Table 3.2 in Wooldridge.
As I showed in class, the omitted variable bias formula is:
(1 , 2 )
1 = 1 + 2
.
(1 )
By definition, since ability is a productive
Chapter 4 Test F
MULTIPLE CHOICE
Categorical Proposition 1F
Given the categorical proposition:
"Some ID cards that are not easy documents to duplicate are forgeries that are not readily available on
t
INSTRUCTIONS: Select the correct answer for each multiple choice question.
Which of the following categorical propositions is in standard formI
a. Supplying alcohol to minors is a criminal offense.
b.
b. Invalid, existential fallacy.
c. Invalid, illicit contrary.
d. Invalid, illicit subalternation.
e. Valid, no fallacy.
ANS: E PTS: 2
35. All treasury notes are secure investments. Therefore, all sec
c. All ducks are animals that quack.
(1. Some ducks are animals that quack.
e. All animals that quack are ducks.
ANS: E PTS: 2
50. A few ights are available.
a. Some ights are available.
b. Some ights
12.
13.
14.
:1. Some A are not B. (T)
b. No A are non-B. (Uncl
c. No A are nonB. (T)
d. No nonB are A. (F)
e. No A are B. (Und.)
ANS: B PTS
All A are non-B. (F)
a. All B are nonA. (Und
b All nonA are