EEP 154
03/06/2014
Tech-shop - provide access to tools to create products.
Ted Talk - Tim Brown
-Rapid prototyping.
-User-friendly: practical instead of look.
-IDEO is very expensive.
UCD in developing countries is expensive and hard to understand people
EEP154 - Lecture 4
01/29/14
-food dirt - salt, dirt, and vegetable oil - used to fill their stomach.
-Value chain: pick the one with sufficient value chain available.
-Triple bottom line: people, planet, profit
_study livestock, how poor people manage the
EEP 154
03/20/2014
Product concepts - Check lecture slide
-An approximate description of the technology working principles and form of the
product
-A precise description of how
Approach it from the customers' perspective - put yourself in the shoes of peo
EEP 162:
Economics of Water Resources
UC Berkeley Spring, 2016
Course Syllabus
1
General Information
1.1
Instructors
Professor: David Sunding
e-mail: sunding@berkeley.edu
office: 207 Giannini Hall
phone: (510) 642-8229
1.2
GSI: Andrew Stevens
e-mail: stev
EEP 118 / IAS 118
University of California at Berkeley
Elisabeth Sadoulet and Ben Crost
Fall 2009
Introductory Applied Econometrics
Midterm examination
1. (5 points) X and Y are two random variables with means X and Y , variances var( X ) and var(Y ) , an
EEP/Econ 102: Natural Resource Economics, Chapter 5
Larry Karp
Larry Karp ()
Lecture Chapter 5
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"Muddiest concept"
Please take 1 2 minutes to write a few words or a couple of
sentences describing what has been for you the "muddiest concept".
(Do not
Environmental Economics and Policy 102: Natural
Resource Economics, Chapter 8
Larry Karp
September 2016
Larry Karp ()
Chapter 8: The Green Paradox
September 2016
1 / 17
Introduction: Chapter 8 The Green Paradox
Well-intentioned policy may have unintended
Quiz 3 will be held September 29
The quiz will last approximately 10 - 15 minutes. You will not need a
calculator. It will be open book. This quiz will look very much like quiz
#2, except that extraction costs will depend on the stock and the level of
ext
EEP/IAS 118
Fall 2012
Prepared by Daley Kutzman
Midterm Solutions 2012
q
1. Our sample estimate is p = .44, which has SE(
p) = .44(1.44)
= .0157. There are 999 degrees of
1000
freedom here, and we can use the normal table to find that the c = 1.96.
.44 1.
Quiz 5 will be held October 13
The quiz will last approximately 10 - 15 minutes. The quiz will cover
material through Chapter 8. You will not need a calculator. It will be open
book. All questions in this and in previous prepare fordocuments are fair
game
EEP/IAS 118 - Introductory Applied Econometrics
Fall 2015
Erin Kelley
Section Handout 5
1. Hypothesis Testing: Big Picture
We went from talking about assumptions for unbiased estimates, regression results, and R2
to suddenly reverting back to basic statis
EEP/IAS 118 - Introductory Applied Econometrics
Fall 2016
Kelley and Ramirez Ritchie
Section Handout 4
In this section we will review some of the implications of assumption MLR1-MLR5
1. Linear in parameters
2. Random Sampling
3. No perfect collinearity
4.
EEP/IAS 118
Fall 2014
Prepared by Becca Taylor
Midterm Solutions 2014
1.
(a) If education increases by one year, model (a) predicts that weekly wages will increase by $8.
Thus increasing education from 10 to 11 years, is estimated to increase weekly wages
Name:
EEP/ECON C102
Section: Mon a.m. / Mon p.m. / Wed / Fri
Professor Larry Karp
Quiz 4, October 6, 2016
1. (i) Dene (in one sentence) the value of marginal product of an input such as land or
labor. (ii) State the relation between the value of marginal
EEP 118 - midterm - answer key
1
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The formula for the expectation of a linear combination of two random variables
is:
E (aX + bY + c) = aE (X) + bE (Y ) + c
by plugging in we get:
Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics
University of California Berkeley
Kelly Jones
Fall 2008
EEP 118 / IAS 118 Introductory Applied Econometrics
Midterm Solutions
1. n = 440, x
= 10656 , s = 4200, c = 1.96
4200
SE(
x) =
= 210
400
CI
[10656 1.
EEP/IAS 118 - Introductory Applied Econometrics
Fall 2015
Kelley and Ramirez Ritchie
Section Handout 3
0. Review of Last Section
i. Terms
Lets quickly make sure we understand the distinction between y and y:
When we want to study the relationship between
Midterm Review- Fall 2010
Exercises from previous years midterms solutions (except for 2008 and 2009)
2003 #3. (5 points) In a poll of 1000 persons, you find that 44% of the respondents state that they are in
favor of a land tax. Build a 95% confidence in
EEP/IAS 118 - Introductory Applied Econometrics
Fall 2016
Kelley and Ramirez Ritchie
Section Handout 7
1. Review of hypothesis testing:
c. Variance vs. Standard Deviation vs. Standard Error
Up to this point youve learned variances, standard deviations, an
Suggested Solutions for Problem Set #1
EEP/IAS 118
Prepared by Kelley and Ramirez Ritchie
Date
Exercise 1 (19 points)
(A) (2 pts, points taken off if graph wasnt labeled properly with titles and units.)
GDP per capita and greenhouse gas emissions (2012)
C
Outline of Topics for Midterm Review -2016
1. Statistics
a. Basics:
i. Normal and standard normal (+ using table) [2010 #1]
ii. Mean, variance, covariance (+ associated rules) [2009 #1]
b. Confidence Intervals for a continuous variable [2008 #1]
c. CI for
Name:
EEP/ECON C102
Section: Mon a.m. / Mon p.m. / Wed / Fri
Professor Larry Karp
Quiz 1
September 8, 2016
A competitive rm has 20 units of coee in Brazil, where it faces inverse demand pB =
15 QB . It faces iceberg transportation costs, b, of sending the
EEP/IAS 118 - Introductory Applied Econometrics
Fall 2015
Erin Kelley
Section Handout 2
1. Big Picture and Notation
Context
An economic model consists of mathematical equations that describe various relationships. Nobel Prize winner Gary Becker postulate
EEP/IAS 118
University of California, Berkeley
Elisabeth Sadoulet and Erin Kelley
Fall 2015
Introductory Applied Econometrics
Midterm Examination
Last name, First name
SID
1. (10 points) In order to test whether the price of a standard good like soda vari
EEP/IAS 118
Fall 2013
Prepared by Daley Kutzman
Midterm Solutions 2013
1. When the variable f aminc is introduced in the second regression, the coefficient for cigs increases
from -0.52 to -0.46. This indicates that omitting f aminc induces a downward bia
Suggested Solutions for Problem Set #2
EEP/IAS 118
Prepared by Erin Kelley
9/26/15
Exercise 1 [50pt]
[4pt] Log file
Question 1 [6pt]
(a) (2pt) Our sample contains 650 individuals, 141 of these are female. The average household has 5
members. The range for
Midterm Solutions
Elisabeth Sadoulet and Kyle Emerick
EEP/IAS 118
October 12, 2011
Exercise 1
If the null hypothesis was true (average earnings of men = average earnings of women), then the probability
that the researcher makes an error by rejecting the n
Name:
EEP/ECON C102
Section: Mon a.m. / Mon p.m. / Wed / Fri
Professor Larry Karp
Quiz 3
September 27, 2016
Consider a two-period model with initial stock x0 . Denote sales in period 0 as y0 , sales
in period 1 as y1 , and stock in period 1 as x1 . The in
EEP/IAS 118
University of California, Berkeley
Elisabeth Sadoulet and Erin Kelley
Fall 2015
Introductory Applied Econometrics
Midterm Examination
Last name, First name
SID
1. (10 points) In order to test whether the price of a standard good like soda vari
Environmental Economics and Policy 102: Natural
Resource Economics, Chapter 9
Larry Karp
October 2016
Larry Karp ()
Chapter 9
October 2016
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Chapter 9: Policy in a Second Best world
A reason to study resource economics: a "market failure" leads to
so