(Financial Econometrics)
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Topic 1. Basic Concepts
- asset returns
- present value
Topic 2. Linear Regression Models
- unbiasedness, efficiency and consistency of the OLS estimator
- CAPM, test of the CAPM
- Multi- and three-factor models
- FM regre
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(Differences in Culture)
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LEGO ?
Culture Code .
a set of images that are associated with a particular set
of stereotypes in our minds
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What is Culture?
a system of values and norms that are
shared among a group of people and
that when take
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(The Strategy of International Business)
(strategy):
(Profitability): ;
(ROIC; return on invested capital):
(Profit growth):
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(Value Creation)
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(value creation):
V C
C ,
, , , , ,
(V ),
(P )
Chapter Thirty-Two
Production
Exchange Economies (revisited)
No production, only endowments, so
no description of how resources are
converted to consumables.
General equilibrium: all markets
clear simultaneously.
1st and 2nd Fundamental Theorems
of Welf
Financial Econometrics (C. Min)
Topic 2
Topic 2
Linear Regression Models
1. A Linear Regression Model
The main purpose of using linear regression models is to identify determining factors
for a variable of our interest. The population linear regression mo
Chapter Thirty-One
Exchange
Exchange
Two consumers, A and B.
Their endowments of goods 1 and 2
are A
A A
B
B B
( 1 , 2 ) and ( 1 , 2 ).
A
B
E.g. ( 6,4 ) and ( 2, 2).
The total quantities available
A
B
are 1 1 6 2 8 units of good 1
and
A
B
2 2 4 2 6
un
Game Applications
Chapter 29
Nash Equilibrium
In any Nash equilibrium (NE) each player
chooses a best response to the choices
made by all of the other players.
A game may have more than one NE.
How can we locate every one of a games
Nash equilibria?
If th
Ch.2 Simple Linear Regression Models (C. Min)
Chapter 2
Simple Linear Regression Models
2.4 Hypothesis Testing
2.4.1 Testing
In the regression of , the null hypothesis implies that X
has no relation with Y, in other words, the information on X does
Ch.1 A Review of Hypothesis Testing (C. Min)
Chapter 1
A Review of Hypothesis Testing
The goal of testing statistical hypotheses is to determine whether sample information from
a population supports a statistical hypothesis postulated, or whether empirica
Strict exogeneity
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Cross-sectional data (often random sample)
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- 1 -
Variance / Standard Error
RANDOM SAMPLE:
(drawn independently from the same population)
SAMPLE MEAN:
Chapter Thirty-Three
Welfare
Social Choice
Different economic states will be
preferred by different individuals.
How can individual preferences be
aggregated into a social
preference over all possible
economic states?
Aggregating Preferences
x, y, z deno