Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Summer 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Homework 5
Due: Wednesday June 22
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Assignment
1. Use the data in WAGE2.xwf1 for this exercise, where married, south,
black y urban are dum

Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Summer 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Homework 1
Due: Monday May 23
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Assignment
1. Find the following probabilities assuming a normal distribution, with
a mean of 3, 250 and a

Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Summer 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Homework 1
Answers
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Assignment
1. Find the following probabilities assuming a normal distribution, with
a mean of 3, 250 and a standard de

Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Spring 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Midterm Exam
Tuesday March 15
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Assignment
1. The following data represent a random sample of bank balances for
a population of checking ac

Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Summer 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Homework 2
Answers
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Assignment
1. Give an interpretation of the coefficient 1 for each of the following
cases:
Yi
Yi
ln(Yi )
ln(Yi )
=
=
=

Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Spring 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Homework 3
Answers
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Assignment
1. We want to analyze the elasticity between research and development
and sales in the chemical industry. L

Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Spring 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Homework 3
Due: Wednesday June 11
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Assignment
1. We want to analyze the elasticity between research and development
and sales in the chemi

Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Spring 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Homework 2
Due: Tuesday February 23
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Assignment
1. A standard money demand function used by macroeconomists has the
form ln(m) = 0 + 1 ln(

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Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Spring 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Homework 3
Due: Thursday March 17
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Assignment
1. The following table contains the ACT scores and the GP A (grade point
average) for eight

Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Spring 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Midterm Guide
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Instructions
The midterm exam will consist of several problems. These will be similar to
the homework assignments.
There wi

Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Spring 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Homework 2
Answers
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Assignment
1. A standard money demand function used by macroeconomists has the
form ln(m) = 0 + 1 ln(GDP ) + 2 R, wher

Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Summer 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Midterm Guide
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Instructions
The midterm exam will consist of several problems. These will be similar to
the homework assignments.
There wi

Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Summer 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Homework 4
Due: Monday June 13
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Assignment
1. We want to analyze whether salaries of CEOs depend on annual firm
sales (sales), return on e

Econ 4010: Introduction to
Econometrics
(Summer 2016)
http:/blackboard.uc.edu/
Homework 2
Due: Monday May 30
Olivier Parent ([email protected])
Assignment
1. Give an interpretation of the coefficient 1 for each of the following
cases:
Yi
Yi
ln(Yi )
ln

MACROECONOMICS
Section I
Time70 minutes
60 Questions
Directions: Each of the questions or incomplete statements below is followed by five suggested answers or
completions. Select the one that is best in each case and then fill in the corresponding circle