ESGC6320/6356 APPLIED ECONOMETRICS
Dependent
Variable: Y
Method: Least
Squares
Sample: 1960
1991
Included
observations:
32
Variable
C
X
R-squared
Adjusted Rsquared
S.E. of
regression
Sum squared
resid
Log likelihood
F-statistic
Prob(F-statistic)
Coefficie
ESGC 6320/6356 APPLIED ECONOMETRICS
RAMSEY RESET TEST
Y = 0 + 1X +
Where Y = Food expenditure of household, (RM000 per year).
X = Income of household,(RM000 per year).
Dependent Variable: Y
Method: Least Squares
Sample: 1 38
Variable
Coefficient
C
6.4876
Food and Commodities Inflation and Its Effect to Malaysia Economy Growth
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Introduction
Since post-independence era, Malaysias economy relied mostly on agricultural industry
and primary commodities such as tin and rubber. Malaysia was the world number one
Assignment 4 Chapter 4
Question: C8
Eviews:
Eview commands :
smpl @all if fsize=1
ls nettfa c inc age
i.
ii.
There are 2,017 single people in the sample of 9,275 in data set.
The estimated equation:
nettfa = -43.04 + .799inc + .843age
(4.08)
(.060)
(.092)
Assignment 5 Dummy Variable
Question C7.4
(i)
The two signs are 3< 0 because hsperc is defined so that the smaller the number the better
the student and 4> 0. The effect of size of graduating class is not clear. It is also unclear
whether males and female
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Semester 2 2015/2016
Prepared by: Dr. Tan Pei Pei
Department of Applied Statistics
Faculty of Economics and Administration
University of Malaya
ESGC 6356: Applied Econometrics
Lecture 1
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Prepared by: Dr. Tan Pei Pei
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