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Lab. Section: B0
ECON 246: Statistical Inference
Spring 2013
Lab. Exercises 4
(Version 1 )
Use EViews to complete the following exercises:
Exercise 1:
Suppose that you take a simple random sample of size n =
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ECON 246: Statistical Inference
Spring 2014
Lab. Exercises 5
(Version 1)
Use EViews to complete the following exercises.
Create a new Workfile with unstructured data, and a sample of n = 20
ECON 246
University of Victoria
Statistical Inference
Practice Exercises with the Expectation Operator and Estimators
(Solution)
1. A random variable, X, follows a Poisson distribution if its probability mass function is:
p ( x) Pr .[ X x]
exp( ) x
; for
Department of Economics
University of Victoria
ECON 246: Statistical Inference
Formula Sheet for the Final Exam (Spring 2014)
Sampling Distributions (Normal Population)
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Confidence Intervals (Normal Population)
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For mean (variance known):
ECON 246
University of Victoria
Statistical Inference (Section A01)
CRN 20865
Assignment 2, Spring 2014 (201401)
Solution
Question 1:
(a)
I retained the command rndseed 123456.
Sampling distribution for the sample mean (n = 10):
(Note that sample 1 5000 r
ECON 246
University of Victoria
Statistical Inference (Section A01)
CRN 20865
Assignment 1, Spring 2014 (201401)
Solution
Question 1:
(a)
The EViews commands needed are;
SMPL 1 10
SERIES X
RNDINT(X , 189)
X=X+1
I have randomly selected countries cfw_171,
ECON 203
Spring 2007
FINAL EXAMINATION
Saturday April 14, 2007
You have 3 hours to answer the questions on this examination. The exam contains 24 questions on 6
pages for a total of 90 points. You do not have the right to any aid or device other than pens
Multiple choice
1 if a rise in the price of good B increases the demand for good A, then
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
A and B are substitutes.
A and B are complements.
The cross elasticity of demand between A and B is negative.
A is a resource used in the production of
ENMN 328 Applied Business Economics
Chapter 26 Summary Notes
Aggregate Supply and Aggregate Demand
I.
The ASAD model explains how real GDP and the price level are determined.
The model also helps explains the factors that determine inflation and the busin
ENMN 328 Applied Business Economics
Chapter 24 Summary Notes
Money, the Price Level, and Inflation
I.
Money is anything that is used as a means of payment.
Banks play a major role in creating money but this process is ultimately controlled by the
Bank of
ENMN 328 Applied Business Economics
Chapter 17 Summary Notes
Public Goods and Common Resources
I.
Both public goods and common resources have the potential to create inefficiency.
Government policies might provide the efficient quantity of a public good a
ENMN 328 Applied Business Economics
Chapter 16 Summary Notes
Externalities
I.
II.
The production or consumption of some goods creates externalities.
Left unregulated, competitive markets overproduce goods with external costs and underproduce goods with ex
ENMN 328 Applied Business Economics
Chapter 27 Summary Notes
Expenditure Multipliers: The Keynesian Model
The Keynesian model focuses on the short run.
In the Keynesian model, business cycle fluctuations are driven by changes in the
components of aggregat
ENMN 328 Applied Business Economics
Chapter 4 Summary Notes
Elasticity
I.
The price elasticity of demand measures how strongly demanders respond to a change in the
price of a good.
The price elasticity of demand can be used to make quantitative prediction
ENMN 328 Applied Business Economics
Chapter 3 Summary Notes
Demand and Supply
I.
Markets and Prices
II.
In our market-based economy, the interaction of demand and supply in markets
determines the prices of goods and services and the quantity produced and
ENMN 328 Applied Business Economics
Chapter 20 Summary Notes
Measuring GDP and Economic Growth
I.
GDP is a measure of the value of a countrys production.
Real GDP measures the quantity of goods and services produced.
Real GDP can be used to make compariso