Econ 320: Intermediate Macroeconomic
Analysis
Fall 2016
Chapter 3: National Income: Where It Comes
From and Where It Goes
In this chapter, you will learn:
what determines the economys total
output/income
how the prices of the factors of production are
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Econ 320: Intermediate Macroeconomic
Analysis
Fall 2016
Chapter 1: The Science of Macroeconomics
In this chapter, you will learn:
about the issues macroeconomists study
the tools macroeconomists use
some important concepts in macroeconomic
analysis
Imp
Econ 320: Intermediate Macroeconomic
Analysis
Fall 2016
Chapter 2: The Data of Macroeconomics
In this chapter, you will learn:
the meaning and measurement of the
most important macroeconomic statistics:
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
The Consumer Price Inde
III.FurtherTopicsinRegression
Analysis
A. REGRESSION WITH A BINARY DEPENDENT
VARIABLE
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MortgageLending
Consider the following scenario two people, identical but for their race, walk into
a bank and apply for a mortgage, a large loan so that each can buy
Lab #1
1. (a) Present each of your five histograms. What do these graphs represent?
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5. (b) How does this illustrate the Law of Large Numbers?
This illustrates the Law of Large Numbers by showing that the bigger our sample, the normal our
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Economics 371
Fall 2005
Problem Set 4
In this exercise you will continue to investigate the relationship between a workers age
and earnings. The data set is the same data set you used in problem number 3 from
Problem Set 3 and can be downloaded as an EVie
Lab #1
1. (a) Present each of your five histograms. What do these graphs represent?
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5.
(b) How does this illustrate the Law of Large Numbers?
This illustrates the Law of Large Numbers by showing that the bigger our sample, the more normal our
Lab #1
1. (a) Present each of your five histograms. What do these graphs represent?
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
(b) How does this illustrate the Law of Large Numbers?
This illustrates the Law of Large Numbers by showing that the bigger our sample, the normal our
distr
ECON 585 Econometrics I
Dr. Guy M. Yamashiro
Lab #1
1. Many cutting-edge estimation and forecasting techniques involve simulation. Moreover,
simulation is often a good way to get a feel for otherwise abstract statistical theories. We can
simulate a series
Lab #1
1. (a) Present each of your five histograms. What do these graphs represent?
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Review for Midterm 1, Econ 335:
The midterm 1 exam will be held on Thursday, September 24th from 8:30
to 9:45 am. The exam will consist of a mix of multiple choice questions
and brief answer questions. Youll be required to solve mathematical
questions and
THE TRANSITION EXPERIENCE OF HUNGARY
Hungary began its transition to a market economy earlier than other Central European economies, with a significant private sector developing well before the communist period ended. Its achievements were obtained becaus