ECON-4570, Introduction to Econometrics, Spring 2007
Midterm Exam
ANSWERS
1. a.
No College Degree (Y = 0)
College Degree (Y=1)
TOTAL
Employed (X = 0)
.55
.39
.94
Unemployed (X = 1)
.04
.02
.06
TOTAL
.59
.41
1.0
a. Fill in the missing entries in the table.
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Empirical Exercise 4.1/5.1 Write up
Econometrics
Introduction
In this empirical exercise, we want to find an estimated linear regression based on the data from
CPS04 to see by how much earnings increase as workers age each year. We also would
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Chapter 13 Empirical Exercise
Introduction: In this exercise we are looking to see if there is discrimination in the call-back rate
(defined as the fraction of resumes that generate a phone call from the prospective employer). This
could exist
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Chapter 3 Empirical Exercise Write Up
In this empirical exercise we want to see if there are any notable differences in the wage earned by high
school graduates (those who graduated high school but did not earn a college degree) in 1992 and 20
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Chapter 10 Empirical Exercise
Introduction to Econometrics
Introduction: In this empirical exercise, we will be analyzing the effect of concealed weapons laws on
violent crimes, robbery rate, and murder rate. We will be using data from the Gun
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Chapter 11 Empirical Exercise
Introduction: In this exercise we will be using the linear probability model and the probit model to
estimate the effect of workplace smoking bans on smoking as well as the possible effects of other
variables such
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Chapter 12 Empirical Exercise
Introduction
In this empirical exercise we will be using ordinary least squares and two stage least squares regression
to determine whether or not the JEC (Joint Executive Committee) was charging the profit-maximi
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Chapter 9 Empirical Assignment
1. The article I am looking at is called Economic Returns to Communist Party Membership: Evidence from
Urban Chinese Twins.
Citation:
Li, Hongbin, Pak Wai Liu, Junsen Zhang, and Ning Ma. 2007. Economic Returns to
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Introduction to Econometrics
Empirical Exercise 4.4, 6.3, 7.4 Write Up
Introduction
In this exercise, we are trying to investigate the relationship between growth and trade, number of years
of schooling, number of revolutions/coups, number of
ECON-4570, Introduction to Econometrics, Spring 2011
Midterm Exam
Your Name:
1. Answer the following questions about probability. Parts (a)-(d) refer to the
following joint probability distribution for discrete variable
Midterm Review Answers
1. Use the following Stata commands:
generate x2 = x*x
(or, generate x2 = x^2)
generate x3 = x*x*x
(or, generate x3 = x^3)
regress y x x2 x3, vce(robust)
test x2 x3
(or, test (x2=0) (x3=0)
In the results o
1123 Midterm Review
Tuesday, October 21, 9:30 pm, Sci Ctr D
TF Stephen Weinberg
1. Overview
2. Reading Regression Output
3. Estimation Strategies
4. Hypothesis Testing
Ill be moving fast. The purpose of
this session is to review a broad range of
material
ECON-4570, Introduction to Econometrics, Spring 2012
Midterm Exam
Your Name:
1. Chapter one described three types of data sets. Name the three types, and give an
example from economics of each type of data can be used.
(a) Name the thre
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8.1 Empirical Exercise Write Up
Intro
In this exercise, we will be looking to see which nonlinear (or nonlinear regression) will fit the data
best. We will be looking at the various regressions of AHE on the variables as well as logarithm(AHE)