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J Popul Econ 23: 303322 (2010)
DOI 10.1007/s00148-005-0053-8
ORIGIN AL PAPER
Shao-Hsun Keng . Wallace E. Huffman
Binge drinking and labor market success:
a longitudinal study on young people
Received: 19 December 2002 / Accepted: 12 September 2005 /
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Dr. M.W. Keil
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ECON 10
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Applied Econometric
E
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Dr. M.W. Keiil
Fall 2016
Problem Set # 3
Bauer 315
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Applied Econmetrics
Title IX Paper
Jigsaw 3 Section 2
The Title IX paper looks at increases in female participation rates from 1972 to 1982. The paper
looks at the mechanisms behind the expansion by using the level of boys athletic participation
across st
Applied Econometrics
Subprime Mortgage Paper
Fixed Effects Jigsaw 1 Section III
Section III Group
Section three of The Consequences Of Mortgage Credit Expansion: Evidence From The U.S.
Mortgage Default Crisis by Atif Mian And Amir Suf explains important g
Economics 107
October 17, 2012
Midterm
This exam consists of six questions, totaling 55 points. For all questions, you should show your
work for credit or partial credit. Without work, even a correct answer will receive zero credit.
Essay questions will b
1. (12 Points Total) Explain why the following statements are false/true/or uncertain. No points
without a full and complete explanation (i.e. just true/false/uncertain will receive no credit.)
A. (2 points) It is possible for a large (error) to have a sm
Applied Econometrics
EZ Pass Paper
Jigsaw 2 Tables 3 and 4
Table 3 shows the values for b4 in the following regression, where each explanatory
variable has the definition given on page 78 of the paper.
Outcome_it = a + b1E-ZPass_it + b2Close_it + b3Plaza_
Applied Econometrics
EZ Pass Paper
Table 5 and 6 Jigsaw Summery
EZpass intro/Table - 5
The paper by Currier and Walker (2011) looks at the introduction of E-Zpass which yields a natural
experiments where there are shifts in pollution that are not correlat
Jigsaw 3 Table 7 Write-up
Title IX Paper
ECON107 Prof. Cutter
The author examines the evolution of the Title IX policy by examining the 1971 boys
participation rate coefficients on census data from 1970, 1980, 1990, and 2000. (Title IX was
established in
Applied Econometrics
Professor Cutter
Subprime Mortgage Paper
Jigsaw 1 Summary of Section V
Summary of Section V: Testing the Supply-Based Hypothesis
The conclusion from the preceding section, namely that mortgage credit to subprime ZIP
codes grew despite
Jigsaw Table 2 Write-up
E-ZPass Paper
ECON107 Prof. Cutter
E-ZPass is an electronic toll-collection concept designed by policymakers to reduce automotive
emissions (i.e., less idling, accelerating, decelerating) while also providing commuters the positive
Applied Econometrics
Title IX Paper
Jigsaw 3 Table 8
Table 8 shows the results of additional test runs that checked the robustness of the result.
The first column in the table shows the original results of male participation rates interacted with
cohort,
Final Project
Applied Econometrics
Race in Crime Media Data Analysis
It is difficult to fathom the extent to which race plays a role in todays society. Despite
leaps and bounds of progress towards civil rights and equity, there still exist staggering gaps