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Multiple Regression Analysis
with Qualitative Information
Chapter 7
Wooldridge: Introductory Econometrics:
A Modern Approach
Multiple Regression Analysis:
Qualitative Information
Qualitative Information
Examples: gender, race, industry, region, rating gra
Multiple Regression
Analysis: OLS Asymptotics
Chapter 5
Wooldridge: Introductory Econometrics:
A Modern Approach
Multiple Regression
Analysis: OLS Asymptotics
So far we have focused on properties of OLS that hold for any sample
Properties of OLS that hold
Heteroscedasticity
Chapter 8
Wooldridge: Introductory Econometrics:
A Modern Approach
Homoskedasticity
The variability of the unobserved
influences does not dependent on
the value of the explanatory variable
Heteroskedasticity
The variance of the unobserv
Multiple Regression
Analysis: Further Issues
Chapter 6
Wooldridge: Introductory Econometrics:
A Modern Approach
Multiple Regression Analysis:
Further Issues
More on using logarithmic functional forms
Convenient percentage/elasticity interpretation
Taking
ECA5102 Macroeconomics
Huang Kui, Angela
Assignment 1
Due on 22 September 2017, Friday at 5 pm.
Please submit your group assignment to my mailbox on the 6th floor before the deadline.
Part A: Multiple Choice Questions
[Q1] Because inflation was not a seri
Working Over Time: Dynamic Inconsistency in Real
Effort Tasks
Ned Augenblick
Muriel Niederle
UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business
Stanford University and NBER
Charles Sprenger
Stanford University
First Draft: July 15, 2012
This Version: January 26, 2015
Journal of Economic PerspectivesVolume 15, Number 1Winter 2001Pages 219 232
Anomalies
Risk Aversion
Matthew Rabin and Richard H. Thaler
E
conomics can be distinguished from other social sciences by the belief that
most (all?) behavior can be explained by
Journal of Economic PerspectivesVolume 15, Number 1Winter 2001Pages 219 232
Anomalies
Risk Aversion
Matthew Rabin and Richard H. Thaler
E
conomics can be distinguished from other social sciences by the belief that
most (all?) behavior can be explained by
Applied Behavioral Economics
Lorenz Goette
University of Bonn and
NUS
Spring Term 2017
What will we be doing today?
Get to know each other
The administrative side of this class
- Office hours
- Grading
- Group work
Overview of the material covered
Start
EC3304 notes
Duong Hai Long
April 19, 2016
Panel data & Fixed effects regression
I
What is panel data? Why panel data?
I
What do the fixed effects do? Entity fixed-effects i capture
all the effects that are constant over time (varying over
entities only);
Why weak exogeneity is violated
in the presence of simultaneity
Eric Fesselmeyer
September 16, 2014
This document will briefly show why weak exogeneity does not hold when
there is simultaneity between Y and X.
We are interested in estimating the regressio
EC3304
Econometrics II
Final Exam, Sem 1 2014-15, Q6
SOLUTION
a. Consider the probability limit of the slope estimator e1 of the regression
of Ye on X:
N
e1 =
1 X e
e
Yi Y Xi X
n i=1
N
p
2
1X
Xi X
n i=1
cov Ye , X
2
X
.
Since
2
e
cov Y , X = cov (Y + e, X
Is China beginning to lose its mojo
as a host of FDI?
The importance of local demand factors
2/3 of global manufacturing located close to
demand
Rising labor costs also mean higher wages and
thus greater spending power.
Services sector FDI
Sem 2 AY15/16
E
11. Inequality and
economic growth
Sem 2 AY15/16
EC2374 Economy of Modern China
I: L11
1
Agenda
Whats behind Chinas rising
income inequality?
How will the income inequality
trend affect Chinas economic
growth prospect?
Sem 2 AY15/16
EC2374 Economy of Mode
13. Is chinas economic
growth sustainable?
Sem 2 AY15/16
EC2374 Economy of Modern China
I: L13
1
Agenda
Imbalances
The export-led growth model
The real estate bubble
Is Chinas economic growth
sustainable?
Sem 2 AY15/16
EC2374 Economy of Modern China
I: L1
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
E62374: Economy of Modern China I
Semester 2, AY 2013/14
Time allowed: 2 hours
INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
I. This assessmenr paper coniains THREE (3) quesiions and comprises FOUR (4)
prihred pages, including This page.
2.
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
EC2374: Economy of Modern China I
Semester 1, AY 2014/15
Time allowed: 2 hours
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INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
i. This assessment paper contains THREE (3) questions and comprises THREE (3)
printed pages, including this page.
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NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
EC2374: Economy of Modern China I
Semester 1, AY 2013/2014
Name of examiner: Assoc Prof Albert Hu Guangzhou
Time allowed: 2 hours
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
1.
Please write your matricuiation/registration number only. Do n
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
EC2374 Economy of Modern China I
Semester 1, AY 2015/16
Time allowed: 2 hours
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
1. This assessment paper contains THREE (3) questions and comprises TWO
(2) printed pages.
2. Answer ALL questions.
Chapter 3: Understanding Test
Quality-Concepts of Reliability and
Validity
Test reliability and validity are two technical properties of a test that indicate the quality
and usefulness of the test. These are the two most important features of a test. You
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GLOBALIZING STATE,
DISAPPEARING NATION
The Impact of Foreign Participation
in the Singapore Economy
LINDA C. LIM and LEE SUD ANN
FROM HUB TO NATION
| S ingapore has been a global city, and
a huh for international trade, investment and migrant labour, si
31 E.
How Singapore's monetary policy works
The monetary authority of slnga pore's (MAS) goal is to ensure price stability as a Managing ination
basis for edstainable economic growtltttihen Lniiadon is low and statute. there is less expectations and
u
RAVI VELLOOR, FOR THE STRAITS TIMES
ASEAN: Next 50 years
PUBLISHED ON APRIL 23, 2017
These days, with Britain poised to exit the European Union, and fear that other nations may take a cue from its goit-alone ways, the EU is not the preferred template for