Sketches of Answers to Some Questions in Chapter 2
Comments are Provided in Italics After Some Questions
General comment: Many of the exercises in this book are empirical. That
is, they involve using data sets and computer software. Since di erent student

Answers to Questions in Chapter 10
I do not provide any answers for the Bayesian questions, since I have written
a book of solved Bayesian exercises which contains the answers to the questions
in this chapter (and many many other questions). The intereste

This is a sample exam I have used when I teach using the book. I note that, in my
course, I only cover the first 7 chapters of the book (and, hence, the exam does not
cover the material in chapters 8 through 10).
This exam contains four questions. Please

This is a sample exam I have used when I teach using the book. I note that, in my
course, I only cover the first 7 chapters of the book (and, hence, the exam does not
cover the material in chapters 8 through 10).
BRIEF SKETCHES OF ANSWERS GIVEN IN BOLD
Th

Introductory Econometrics: Supplementary Problems for Chapter 6
Instructions and Sketch Answers
*These answers involve use of Excel, so are not that relevant for students using a proper
econometrics software package such as Stata, E-views, PC-Give, TSP, e

Introductory Econometrics: Supplementary Problem for Chapter 2
*Sketches of Answers follow the Problem sheet*
This computer session uses data set HPRICE.XLS which contains data on N=546 houses sold
in Windsor, Canada. Our dependent variable, Y, is the sal

Introductory Econometrics: Supplementary Problem for Chapter 5
*I will not provide detailed Excel spreadsheet answers to this question, but rather
just a few comments (in italics) after each question. Note that parts of this question
are very similar to t

Sketches of Answers to Some Questions in Chapter 1
Comments are Provided in Italics After Some Questions
General comment: Many of the exercises in this book are empirical. That
is, they involve using data sets and computer software. Since di erent student

Sketches of Answers to Some Questions in Chapter 7
Sketches of Answers are Provided in Italics After Each Question
General comment: Many of the exercises in this book are empirical. That
is, they involve using data sets and computer software. Since di ere

Sketches of Answers to Panel Data Questions (see Chapter 8)
Sketches of Answers are Provided in Italics After Each Question
General comment: Many of the exercises in this book are empirical. That
is, they involve using data sets and computer software. Sin

Sketches of Answers to Some Questions in Chapter 9
Sketches of Answers are Provided in Italics After Each Question
General comment: Many of the exercises in this book are empirical. That
is, they involve using data sets and computer software. Since di ere

Sketches of Answers to Some Questions in Chapter 6
Sketches of Answers are Provided in Italics After Each Question
General comment: Many of the exercises in this book are empirical. That
is, they involve using data sets and computer software. Since di ere

Sketches of Answers to Some Questions in Chapter 5
Sketches of Answers are Provided in Italics After Each Question
General comment: Many of the exercises in this book are empirical. That
is, they involve using data sets and computer software. Since di ere

Sketches of Answers to the Questions in Chapter 3
Sketches of Answers are Provided in Below After Each Question
1. This exercise oers some practice at using statistical tables. See Appendix B, Denitions B.10 through B.13 for denitions of distributions and

Sketches of Answers to Questions in Chapter 4
Comments are Provided in Italics After Some Questions
General comment: Many of the exercises in this book are empirical. That
is, they involve using data sets and computer software. Since di erent students
wil

Hints for 2.10 (p. 64)
Question 2.10 consists of questions that require materials covered in the stat
courses. The following hints should help to go through these questions.
(i)
Pn
i=1 (xi x)(yi y)
Pn
2
j=1 (xj x)
Start with the de…nition of ^ 1 =
Use the

Lecture 2: The Simple Regression Model
Junichi Suzuki
University of Toronto
September 17th, 2009
Announcement
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Problem set 1 is posted online and due September 25th
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Two normal questions and two STATA questions
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On Friday, Sacha will present the very

Lecture 1: What is Econometrics?
Junichi Suzuki
University of Toronto
September 10th, 2009
Welcome to ECO375H!
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Study solid theoretical and practical foundation for the
interpretation of empirical evidence in economics
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Learn how to apply these techniq