Report #2
ECON-3740 Introduction to Econometrics
Fall, 2015
Instructor: D Prescott
Name: Mike
ID: 0832311
Data set number: 4
Date: 2015/11/25
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Introduction:
There are many factors which can influence the wage, including such as education level,
sex, and
Department of Economics and Finance
University of Guelph
ECON 3740
ASSIGNMENT 1
Hand in during lab on Monday October 3. No late submissions are accepted.
Problem 1. (10 points)
Show that the OLS estimator is unbiased.
(a)
(b)
(2 points).
Define what is an
Sampling Distributions of the OLS Estimators
Confidence Intervals
Testing Single Linear Restrictions
Testing Multiple Exclusion Restrictions
Multiple Regression Analysis: Inference
Ahmet OZKARDAS
Introductory Econometrics - A Modern Approach, J.M. Wooldri
ECO 5350 T. Fomby
Intro. Econometrics Fall 2016
EXERCISE 1
Purpose: To learn such concepts as causal effect, experimental data, observational data, data
types in economics time series data, cross-section data, pooled cross-section/time series data,
panel
What Is Econometrics?
Steps in Empirical Economic Analysis
The Structure of Economic Data
Causality and the Notion of Ceteris Paribus in Econometric Analysis
The Nature of Econometrics and
Economic Data
Ahmet OZKARDAS
Introductory Econometrics - A Modern
Motivation for Multiple Regression
Mechanics and Interpretation of OLS
The Expected Value of the OLS Estimators
The Variance of the OLS Estimators
Efficiency of OLS: The Gauss-Markov Theorem
Multiple Regression Analysis: Estimation
and Interpretation
Ahme
Definition of the Simple Regression Model
Deriving the Ordinary Least Squares Estimates
Properties of OLS on any Sample of Data
Units of Measurement and Functional Form
Expected Values and Variences of OLS
The Simple Regression Model
Ahmet OZKARDAS
Introd
Describing Qualitative Information
A Single Dummy Variable
Dummy Variables for Multiple Categories
Interactions Involving Dummy Variables
The Linear Probability Model
Multiple Regression Analysis: Dummy
Variables
Ahmet OZKARDAS
Introductory Econometrics -
ECON 3740 Assignment 2 Answer Key
April 7, 2017
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1. Taking note of the fact that X=0 indicates a city that no labour force participation (LFP)
among women in 1968, and X=1 indicates a city with full LFP among women, our regression
results tell us that a
University of Guelph
College of Management and Economics
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS & FINANCE
ECON*3740 (1) Introduction to Econometrics
Winter 2012
Instructor: Fraser Summerfield, Rm. 706, Ext. 53235
E-Mail: [email protected]
Office Hours: Tues., Thurs.,
1A) B1=cov(x1y)/Var(x1) or (xi1- xx )(y- )/ (xi1- xx )
Y1=Bo+BiXi1+BoXi2+BkXik+Ui
So then X-C1x and Y-Coy
After rescaling B1
B1=CoC1 Cov(x,y)/C1Var(x)
B1=Co/C1B1
And Bo rescaled is:
Bo=Co-B1C1 xx
=Co-Co/C1B1(C1xx )
=Co(-B1xx )
Bo=CoBo
B) For part B the co
use "C:\Users\Desktop\CEOSAL2.DTA"
sum ceoten
sum salary
sum comten
sum ceoten if ceoten=0
reg lsalary ceoten
reg lsalary lsales
reg lsalary lmktval
reg ceoten lsales lmktval
save "C:\Users\Documents\Project 1 Econometrics.dta"
1) 1.03% of individuals have looks corresponding to value 1, 11.27% of individuals have looks
corresponding to value 2, 57.30% of individuals have looks corresponding to value 3, 28.89% of
people have looks corresponding to value 4 and 1.51% of people hav
Question 1:
1. In order to undertake a statistical analysis there are two types of data that need to be
collected. The first being nonexperimental data which is not accumulated through
controlled experiments on individuals, firms or segments of the econom
Chapter 8 Aggregate Expenditure and Output in the Short Run
Macroeconomics, Canadian Ed. (Hubbard et al.)
Chapter 8 Aggregate Expenditure and Output in the Short Run
8.1 The Aggregate Expenditure Model
1) The aggregate expenditure model focuses on the rel
. *a) Find the average values of prpblck and income in the sample, along with their
standard deviations. What are the units of measure of prpblck and income?
.
. sum prpblck income
Variable |
Obs
Mean
Std. Dev.
Min
Max
-+-prpblck |
409
.1134864
.1824165
0
. *a) Find the average salary and the average tenure in the sample. How many CEOs are in their first
>year (i.e. ceoten=0)? What is the longest tenure as CEO?
.
. sum salary ceoten
Variable |
Obs
Mean
Std. Dev.
Min
Max
-+-salary |
177
865.8644
587.5893
10
DOES THE PREVALENCE OF HIV IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES HAVE AN AFFECT ON
THE FOREIGN AID RECEIVED?
I)
Introduction
Around the world, there are approximately 36.7 million people living with Human
Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) (U.S. Department of Health & Human Ser
Marking rubric for project
/15 points: Introduction
(/5) Is the topic clear? Is the topic interesting?
(/5) Is the approach reasonable?
(/5) Is there a clear roadmap of the research paper highlighted?
/10 points: Literature
(/5) Identify the relevant rela
Marking rubric for project
Introduction
Stellar introduction! The only comment I would make is to break up the paragraphs and take out
your data source information as it is repeated under your data heading.
Literature
Your literature should
Marking rubric for project
Introduction
Great topic! I like the variables you are choosing to analyze for your regression analysis. You
lack a roadmap for your research paper however. From my understanding, you should lay out exactly how
you are going to
Marking rubric for project
Introduction
You could definitely make your intro more concise, your first paragraph is actually a
little confusing as it has so much fluff in it. I do really like your background information and
law sections as they explain why
Econometrics Report 1
ECON*3740
Data set: 3
Introduction:
This report is based on the country of Malawi, a small country located in Southeastern
Africa. Malawis currency is called Malawian kwacha, in current times, 1 USD is worth roughly
543.25 Malawian k
Dinner Party Economics
by Eveline Adomait and Richard Maranta
Pear Assignment 1
There are examples in the media and in the book Dinner Party Economics where there
are issues of the measurement of three macroeconomic indicators; unemployment rate, gross
do
Impact of Marital Status on Self-Employment
Econometrics Final
ECON*3740
Professor Plesca
INTRODUCTION
The ideation of being your own boss, to work where and when you
desire is a dream sought of by many but only captured by some. To be exact
approximately
Chapter 5 Unemployment and Inflation
Macroeconomics, Canadian Ed. (Hubbard et al.)
Chapter 5 Unemployment and Inflation
5.1 Measuring the Unemployment Rate, the Labor Force Participation Rate, and the
Employment-Population Ratio
1) Unlike Canada's manufac
Chapter 4 GDP: Measuring Total Production and Income
Macroeconomics, Canadian Ed. (Hubbard et al.)
Chapter 4 GDP: Measuring Total Production and Income
4.1 Gross Domestic Product Measures Total Production
1) In the second quarter of 2011, the Canadian eco
Econometrics Assignment #1
Ritesh Shah
0885262
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Ritesh Shah
0885262
Q1.
A. The kind I would need to collect to undertake this statistical analysis would be panel
data. The explanatory variables to be considered are the tax rate that varies over the
Cocktail Party Economics
by Evie Adomait and Richard Maranta
The efficiency-equity trade off can be described as a win-lose situation for companies.
When an economy wants to gain production efficiency there is a reduction in the overall equity.
This is vi