Discussion Section 3
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2010 Summer Term II
Empirical using Stata. Use STATA and the data in NBASAL.csv to answer this question.
These data are on 269 NBA basketball players, with the salaries taken from a particular year.
The basketball statist
ECON 307: Fall 2012
Assignment 4: Linear Regression with Multiple Regressors
Due November 16th
1. SW, Chapter 8, Exercise 8.2: A researcher collects data on houses that have sold in a
particular neighborhood over the past year and creates the table shown
Problem 5
SW E4.2
a.
There seems to be a slight positive correlation, though the data seems fairly scattered
b.
The estimated intercept ( ) = 3.998272
The estimated slope ( ) = .1330014
The estimated intercept is equal to the sample mean of Course_Eval be
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ECON 342
Prof. Shakeeb Khan
T.A. J. Marcelo Ochoa
Spring, 2009
The following table reports the results assuming = 0.75 and testing with a 5% condence,
RMSE
T=100 0.0693
T=200 0.0468
T=400 0.0336
% of Rejections H0 : = 1
100 %
Economics 139D/239: Introduction to Econometrics
Spring Quarter 2011
Prerequisites: Economics 2, 2A, 2D, 52D or 55D; Statistics 101 or 103, i.e., some
microeconomics and some statistics
Lectures:
Tuesday & Thursday, 8:30-9:45 am, Soc Sci 139
Instructor:
A
Duke University
Department of Economics
Federico A. Bugni
ECON 341 - Fall 2011
First year graduate Econometrics
1
Contact information
My contact information is the following,
Oce: Social Sciences 222
E-mail: [email protected]
Homepage: http:/www.eco
DUKE UNIVERSITY
Department of Economics
Barbara Rossi
ECON 341
Fall 2006
1 st year graduate econometrics - second part
Administrative Details
The preceptor for this course is Xin Huang (email is: [email protected] ).
My contact information is:
Office:
Duke University
Department of Economics
Federico A. Bugni
ECON 341 - Fall 2009
T,Th 1:15 - 2:30
First year graduate Econometrics
Contact information
My contact information is the following,
O ce: Social sciences 222
E-mail: [email protected]
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Documentation for Seatbelts Data
Seatbelts is a balanced panel from 50 U.S. States, plus the District of Columbia, for the
years 1983-1997. These data were provided by Professor Liran Einav of Stanford
University and were used in his paper with Alma Cohen
Discussion Section 4
ECON 139/239
2010 Summer Term II
1. Lets use the CollegeDistance.csv data again.
(a) An education advocacy group argues that, on average, a persons educational attainment would increase by approximately 0.15 years in distance to the n
Discussion Section 1
ECON 139/239
2010 Summer Term II
1. Getting Started with Stata
The point of this discussion section is to get you started using the statistical software
package Stata.
Starting from the Excel dataset cps98.csv (available on the cours
Discussion Section 2
ECON 139/239
2010 Summer Term II
1. Empirical Problem.
In this exercise you will investigate the relationship between the number of completed
years of education for young adults and the distance from their high school to the nearest
f
Discussion Section 5
ECON 139/239
2010 Summer Term II
1. Empirical Exercise In this exercise you will investigate the relationship between a
workers age and earnings, using what we learned on interactions and nonlinearities. On
the Course Web site you wil
ECON 307
Assignment #2 Answer Key
4.1.
(a) The predicted average test score is
TestScore 5204 582 22 39236
(b) The predicted change in the classroom average test score is
TestScore (582 19) (582 23) 2328
(c) Using the formula for 0 in Equation (4.8), we k
E8.3
a)
If dist increase from 2 to 3, ed is expected to decrease by .0366613 years
If dist increase from 6 to 7, ed is expected to decrease by .0366613 years
b)
If dist increases from 2 to 3, ed is expected to decrease by 100*(.0026072)% = .26072%
If dist