A1 2016/2017
Econometrics I
Katsumi Shimotsu
Exercises
Suggested solutions are provided only to even-numbered questions.
1. A common strategy for handling a case in which an observation is missing dat
Winter Semester 2012/2013
Econometrics
Katsumi Shimotsu
Mini-Exam 1
October 16, 2012
1. (10 points) Let X 1 , X 2 , y R3 . Let P 1 = X 1 (X 01 X 1 )1 X 01 , P 2 = X 2 (X 02 X 2 )1 X 02 ,
.
and P = X(X
Winter Semester 2014/2015
University of Tokyo
Econometrics
Katsumi Shimotsu
Midterm Examination
December 2, 2014
Time Limit: 100 minutes
The total is 100 points. There are 5 questions. Please answer a
A1 2016/2017
Econometrics I
Katsumi Shimotsu
Mini-Exam 3
November 1, 2016
For a regression model Y = X + , where Y is n 1 and is k 1, the Bayes Information
Criterion (BIC) is defined as
BIC = log(e0 e
Winter Semester 2014/2015
Econometrics
Katsumi Shimotsu
Mini-Exam 1
October 21, 2014
1. (10 points)
Let y be the response variable, x a set of explanatory variables, and s a binary group
indicator. Fo
Winter Semester 2014/2015
Econometrics
Katsumi Shimotsu
Mini-Exam 2
November 11, 2014
1. (10 points) Consider the following regression model:
y = + x + u,
where y, x, and u are scalar. Let denote the
Winter Semester 2012/2013
Econometrics
Katsumi Shimotsu
Mini-Exam 3
November 13, 2012
1. (10 points) In Example 6.10 on page 213, suppose that the true model has only
four explanatory variables: const
Winter Semester 2012/2013
Econometrics
Katsumi Shimotsu
Mini-Exam 4
November 20, 2012
1. (10 points) Consider the linear regression model
y = X + ,
E[] = 0,
E[0 ] = ,
where y and are n 1, X is n K and
Winter Semester 2014/2015
Econometrics
Katsumi Shimotsu
Mini-Exam 3
November 18, 2014
1. (10 points) Consider a model with unobserved heterogeneity (q) and measurement
error in an explanatory variable
Winter Semester 2012/2013
Econometrics
Katsumi Shimotsu
Mini-Exam 2
November 2, 2012
1. (10 points) Let be a scalar parameter, and let b be its estimator. Suppose and
b satisfy
n(b ) d N (0, 1) as n .
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EF3441: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Tutorial 3
1. Originally a consumer faces the budget line p1 x1 + p2 x2 = m. Then the price of good 1 doubles, the
price of good 2 becomes 8 times larger, and incom
EF3441: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Tutorial 9
1. A consumer can only live two periods. His real income is y in the first period and y 0 in the second
period. He pays no taxes in each period. He choos
EF3441: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Tutorial 8
A closed economy has a constant return to scale production technology as following :
Y = zF (K, N ), where Y is the aggregate output of consumption goods
EF3441: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Tutorial 10
1. Consider the simple dynamic macroeconomic general equilibrium model introduced in the lecture, in
which a representative consumer lives for two perio
EF3441: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Tutorial 6
1. Consider the Malthusian model of growth. Analyze the long-run effects on the steady state of the
following changes to the environment:
(a) Increase in
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Recall: A Simple Island Economy
Sectors: a coconut producer, a restaurant, consumers, and a government.
Coconut producer: produces 10 million coconut, each sold at $2. 6 million go to the restaura
EF3441: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Tutorial 7
1. Alter the Solow growth model so that the production technology is given by Y = zK, where Y is
output, K is Capital, and z is total factor productivity
EF3441: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Tutorial 12
1. A new technology innovation comes on line. What are the current effects on aggregate output, consumption, investment, employment, the real wage, the
EF3441: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Tutorial 11
1. Increase in future government spending in the dynamic macro model: consider a two-period macroeconomic model with a representative household, a repre
EF3441: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Tutorial 13
1. Suppose that the central bank observes a drop in real GDP. If it believes that GDP dropped because
of a decline in total factor productivity. How wou
EF3441: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Tutorial 5
1. Consider the simple static macroeconomic general equilibrium model: a representative consumer decides on consumption and leisure, and thus labor suppl
List of the representatives attended of the meeting:
Prof. Andras Berta, MD
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Agenda;
FORMATION OF CONSORTIUM
1.
Participants of the me
Faculty of Medicine
King Abdul-Aziz University
Beta-lactamase enzymes produced by bacteria
hydrolyse the beta-lactam ring found in the penicillin
and cephalosporin group of antibiotics.
The most commo
Faculty of Medicine
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of a particular species from a mixed inoculum. Differential media reveal specific
characteristics of certain groups of bacteria. Such media contain indic
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Unit 15 The Hepatobiliary System and Exocrine Pancreas
Glossary
acute pancreatits: An acute condition typically presenting with
abdominal pain, and usually associated with raised pancreatic
enzymes
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AIMS & OBJECTIVES
At the end of the course the student will:
Become oriented with basic structure of different types of micro-organisms
with medical rel