ECON 424/524: Lab 1
Todd Pugatch
Lab 1: Using Stata and statistics review
Goals for this lab:
Learn how to load data into Stata and create log- and do-files
Learn how to summarize data in Stata
Learn how to create new variables in Stata
Learn how to c
ECON 424/524: Lab 3
Todd Pugatch
Lab 3: Multiple Linear Regression
Goals for this lab:
Learn how to handle missing or inconsistent data in Stata
Learn how to estimate and interpret a multivariate regression
Understand the consequences of irrelevant and
ECON 424/524: Lab 2
Todd Pugatch
Lab 2: Simple Linear Regression
Goals for this lab:
Continue learning how to explore and manipulate data using Stata
Learn how to create scatterplots
Learn how to estimate and interpret a univariate regression
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Setup
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ECON 424/524: Lab 5
Todd Pugatch
Lab 5: Functional Forms
Goals for this lab:
Investigate the properties of the OLS estimator as the sample size grows.
Learn how to interpret coefficients in regressions with quadratic terms
Learn how to interpret coeffi
NBER WORKING PAPER SERIES
THE CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
OF DISTINCTIVELY BLACK NAMES
Roland G. Fryer, Jr.
Steven D. Levitt
Working Paper 9938
http:/www.nber.org/papers/w9938
NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH
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Cambridge, MA 02138
ECON 424
Fall 2015
C. Tremblay
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Midterm Exam
Instructions: Please show your work and label all curves and axes in graphs. This exam is worth
140 points. Point values for each question are indicated to the right of the question number.
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C. Tremblay
Midterm Exam
Instructions: Please show your work and label all curves and axes in graphs. This exam is worth
140 points. Point values for each question are indicated to the right of the question number.
Electro
ECON 424/524: Problem Set 1
Todd Pugatch
Problem Set 1
ANSWER KEY
1. Suppose OSU asks you to study whether the distance that students live from campus
affects their GPA.
(a) If you could run any experiment to conduct the study, what experiment would
you r