ECON 301
Section 01 December 19, 2008
LECTURE 18
REGRESSION MODEL IN MEAN DEVIATION FORM
AND COEFFICIENT OF DETERMINATION
Outline of todays lecture:
1. Regression Model in Mean Deviation Form.1
2. Using Cramers Rule for Deriving the Slope Parameters.6
3.
Chapter 3
Multiple regression analysis
Overview
This chapter introduces regression models with more than one explanatory variable. Specific topics are treated with reference to a model with just two explanatory variables, but most of the concepts and resu
ECON 301 - Introduction to Econometrics I
METU - Department of Economics
May 2013
HANDOUT 14
MODEL SELECTION - II
Outline of todays lecture:
1. Approaches in Choosing an Appropriate Model . 1
A. The Traditional View: Average Economic Regression (Simple to
Chapter 9
Simultaneous equations estimation
Overview
Until this point the analysis has been confined to the fitting of a single regression equation on its own. In practice, most economic relationships interact with others in a system of simultaneous equat
Dougherty: Introduction to Econometrics 3e Study Guide
Chapter 8
Stochastic regressors and measurement errors
Overview
Until this point it has been assumed that the only random element in a regression model is the disturbance term. This chapter extends th
Summer 2007 examination
EC220
Introduction to Econometrics
Suitable for all candidates
Instructions to candidates Time allowed: 3 hours + 15 minutes reading time This paper contains NINE questions. Answer any FOUR questions. All questions will be given eq
3 Summer 2008 examination
EC220
Introduction to Econometrics
Suitable for all candidates
Instructions to candidates Time allowed: 3 hours + 15 minutes reading time This paper contains NINE questions. Answer any FOUR questions. All questions will be given
Chapter 2
Properties of the regression coefficients and hypothesis testing
Overview
Chapter 1 introduced least squares regression analysis, a mathematical technique for fitting a relationship given suitable data on the variables involved. It is a fundamen
Dougherty: Introduction to Econometrics 3e Study Guide
Chapter 9
Simultaneous equations estimation
Overview
Until this point the analysis has been confined to the fitting of a single regression equation on its own. In practice, most economic relationships
Dougherty: Introduction to Econometrics 3e Study Guide
Chapter 3
Multiple regression analysis
Overview
This chapter introduces regression models with more than one explanatory variable. Specific topics are treated with reference to a model with just two e
Chapter 6
Specification of regression variables: a preliminary skirmish
Overview
This chapter treats a variety of topics relating to the specification of the variables in a regression model. First there are the consequences for the regression coefficients
Dougherty: Introduction to Econometrics 3e Study Guide
Chapter 10
Binary choice and limited dependent variable models, and maximum likelihood estimation
Overview
The first part of this chapter describes the linear probability model, logit analysis, and pr
Dougherty: Introduction to Econometrics 3e Study Guide
Chapter 1
Simple regression analysis
Overview
This chapter introduces the least squares criterion of goodness of fit and demonstrates, first through examples and then in the general case, how it may b
Chapter 1
Simple regression analysis
Overview
This chapter introduces the least squares criterion of goodness of fit and demonstrates, first through examples and then in the general case, how it may be used to develop expressions for the coefficients that
EC220
NOTE:
Problem Sets 1 and 2, Michaelmas Term 2009
2009/2010
The problem sets for weeks 3 10 and week 1 of the Lent term will be distributed in the first class. A written answer to Problem Set 1 is due for the first class
For the class in the week beg
EC220 EXAMINATION AND MARKING SCHEME, 2005 Note to students using this examination for revision purposes
At the time of this examination we were using the notation of the second edition of my text, Introduction to Econometrics. The notation in that editio
ECON 301
Section 01 December 01, 2008
LECTURE 15
THE MULTIPLE REGRESSION MODEL GENERAL LINEAR MODEL IV
Corrected Version !
Outline of todays lecture:
1. Interpreting Multiple Regression with the Ballantine.1
2. Coefficient of Determination (R2) .5
3. Simp
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METU Department of Economics
Econ301 ( Section 1 & 2)
Instructors: Dilem Yldrm & Nadir cal
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PROBLEM SET 1: SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION MODEL
( Question 5 and Question 7 are Homework Due October 26, Monday)
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Middle East Technical University
Department of Economics
ECON 301
Spring 2017
Instructor: Dr. Ozan Eruygur
Research Assistant: zgen ztrk
LABSET 03
You are given the following simple regression model and the relevant yearly data;
Y t = 0 + 1 X t + u t
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Middle East Technical University
Department of Economics
ECON 301
Spring 2017
Instructor: Dr. Ozan Eruygur
Research Assistant: zgen ztrk
PROBLEM SET 04
PROBLEM 1
Consider the following models which were estimated using 25 observations.
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Middle East Technical University
Department of Economics
ECON 301
Spring 2017
Instructor: Dr. Ozan Eruygur
Research Assistant: zgen ztrk
PROBLEM SET 05
PROBLEM 1
You have used OLS to estimate a housing demand function
log Hi = 1 + 2 logPi + 3 logYi + ei
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Middle East Technical University
Department of Economics
ECON 301
Spring 2017
Instructor: Dr. Ozan Eruygur
Research Assistant: zgen ztrk
PROBLEM SET 02
PROBLEM 1
A soda vendor at Lousiana State University football games observes that the more sodas are
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Middle East Technical University
Department of Economics
ECON 301
Problem Set I
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METU Department of Economics
ECON 301 (Section 1 & Section2)
2016-2017 Fall
LAB SET 3: MULTIPLE REGRESSION MODEL - II
QUESTION 1: The table gives the cross section data on average starting pay (ASP), GMAT
scores, and annual tuition fee for MBA graduates o
METU Department of Economics
ECON 301 (Section 1 & Section2)
2016-2017 Fall
LAB SET 4: MODEL SELECTION, SPECIFICATION ERROR AND MULTICOLLINEARITY
QUESTION 1: (Data available at odtuclass.metu.edu.tr)
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