ECON 2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Department of Economics
Brock University
Instructor: Marcel Oestreich
November 12, 2014
Midterm Examination 2 - Solution
Time: 90 minutes
Question 1 [20 marks]
a) [6] In econometrics, the t-test is usually used to t
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ECON 2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Department of Economics
Brock University
Instructor: Marcel Oestreich
October 8, 2014
Midterm Examination 1 - Solution
Time: 90 minutes
Question 1 - Solution:
a) The population (true) regression function is based on
ECON 2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Department of Economics
Brock University
Instructor: Marcel Oestreich
October 11, 2013
Midterm Examination 1
Time: 45 minutes
Name of Student:_
Student Number:_
Start the exam only when you are told to do so. In the
BROCK UNIVERSITY
Economics 2P90 : Assignment #1
Professor D.P. Dupont
*DATE DUE: 28 January 2008 by 4 pm in drop box by
Department of Economics office (PLAZA 451)*
Important Instructions
Provide typed answers to all questions. Your answers must be in your
BROCK UNIVERSITY
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ECONOMICS 2P90 INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS
Winter 2008
Dr. D.P. Dupont
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Mondays: 11-12, Tuesdays and Thursdays 1-2, or by appointment
Please use course WebCT
ECON 2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Department of Economics
Brock University
Assignment 1 - Solution
Question 1 - Solution:
a) To standardize a random variable X, we subtract its mean
standard deviation :
Xi
X
:
Zi =
and then divide by its
X
The stand
ECON 2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Department of Economics
Brock University
Assignment 2
Please deposit your answer to this Assignment in the drop box by Room 451 in the Plaza
building or bring it to my o ce or to the Lab
no later than 8:00pm on Frid
Brock University
St. Catharines, Canada
Department of Economics
Economics 2P90 Fall 2012
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS
Course Outline
Course instructor: Ivan Medovikov
September 2012
E-mail: [email protected]
Office: Plaza Building, Room 429
Office Hour
Midterm Exam
Tuesday, Feb 12, 2008 3:30-4:50
Covers material in
Sections 1,2,3,4 and 5 (with exception
of Appendix: F-tests)
Will include: definitions, some
calculations, interpretation and analysis
of SPSS output
Allowed: non-programmable calculator
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INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS
FALL SEMESTER 2010
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ECONOMICS 2P90
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS
Fall 2007
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QUESTION. IF ADDITIONAL SPACE IS REQUIR
October 21, 2008
Economics 2P90
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Mid term Examination, Fall Term 2008 Number of Pages: 9 + 3 pages of SPSS output +
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ECONOMICS 2P90
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS
Fall 2010
ASSIGNMENT # 1:
VELOCE W.
DATE DUE: MONDAY OCTOBER 4 BEFORE 4 P M
IN DEPARTMENT ASSIGNMENT BOX OUTSIDE
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Introduction to Econometrics
Ivan Medovikov
Brock University
September 6, 2012
Ivan Medovikov, Brock University
Introduction to Econometrics
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Course Outline
Required Textbook
Gujarati, D., Basic Econometrics , 5th ed., McGraw, 2008.
Ivan Medovikov, Br
ECON 2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Department of Economics
Brock University
Assignment 2 - Solution
Question I [15 marks]
1. [3] The solution can be derived by hand, with the help of GRETL or any other spreadsheet software. Using the data provided to
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ECONOMICS 2P90
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS
Winter 2009
ASSIGNMENT # 1:
VELOCE W.
DATE DUE: TUESDAY JANUARY 27 BEFORE 4 P M
NAME: _
STUDENT NUMBER: _
PLEASE ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW EACH
QUESTION. IF ADDITIONAL SPACE IS REQUIRED
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Mid term Examination, Fall Term 2008 Number of Pages: 9 + 3 pages of SPSS output
+ student t table
Course: Economics 2P90, Introduction to
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SOLUTIONS GUIDE
Mid term Examination, Winter Term 2009
Number of Pages: 10 + 3 pages of SPSS
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Course: Economics 2P90, Introduction
ECON 2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Department of Economics
Brock University
Instructor: Marcel Oestreich
November 15, 2013
Midterm Examination 2
Time: 45 minutes
Name of Student:_
Student Number:_
Start the exam only when you are told to do so. In th
ECON 2P90 Introduction to Econometrics
Practical Lab #4
Dummy Variables
October 5, 2016
Estimating a Model With Dummy Variables
1. Download and open the data set data_lab4.gdt from the course web-site.
The dataset contains average salaries of US public sc
ECON 2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Department of Economics
Brock University
Assignment 2 - Solution
Question I [15 marks]
1. [3] The solution can be derived by hand, with the help of GRETL or any other spreadsheet software. Using the data provided to
ECON 2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Department of Economics
Brock University
Assignment 1 - Solution
Question 1 - Solution:
a) To standardize a random variable X, we subtract its mean
standard deviation :
Xi
X
:
Zi =
and then divide by its
X
The stand
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Friday, December 2nd, 2016
Question I
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ECON 2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Department of Economics
Brock University
Assignment 1 - Solution
Due date: 4:00pm on Friday October 4, 2013.
Question I
1. The population (true) regression function is based on the entire population data. Since
we u
ECON 2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Department of Economics
Brock University
Assignment 2 - Solution
Question I [15 marks]
1. [3] To test whether eld time is statistically-signicant, we test the following hypothesis:
H0 :
HA :
The test statistic is
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Economics 2P30
Foundations of Economic Analysis
Lester M.K. Kwong
Department of Economics
Brock University
Fall 2016
Midterm Examination #1 - Suggested Solutions
Time: 1 Hour 20 Minutes
Section A: Definitions
Define 4 of the following 5 terms in two sent
CHAPTER 2: SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION
2.1
INTRODUCTION
The strength of the relationship between two variables can be deduced
by calculating a single numerical quantity called a correlation
coefficient. Although, correlation does not necessarily imply causat
ECON2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Practice Midterm 1
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Instructions: Answer all questions from Sections A and B
The Standard Normal Distribution table is provided
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Economics 2P90: Introduction to Econometrics
Assignment 1
Due date: Friday November 3, 2017
Question 1
Use the standard normal distribution provided in the textbook (i.e. Table B-5, pp. 526-527) to
compute the following table of probabilities pertaining t
ECON 2P90 (Introduction to Econometrics): Review Questions #1
Question 1
Suppose that we wish to estimate the regression model Yi 0 1 X i u1 , Consumption, and X
is income for 5 households.
Household
Consumption (Y)
Income (X)
1
Y1 1
X1 2
2
Y2 2
X2 3
3
Y3