Econonometrics Project
How GDP in the USA would be affected
Tutor: Ms. Nguyen Quynh Anh
Class: Tut 3 BA09
Contents
Introduction
Gross domestic product (GDP): the total value of all
goods and services produced within a country during a
given year, also mea
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EC137 Homework 4
Due date: December 6, 2013 at 11:59pm
Ground rules: You can discuss the homework problems with other students, but do not
copy others ideas. I want to see your own work. We will be paying particular attention to
this on the long answer
Name
: Nguyen Thi Thuy Linh ()
Student No : B5EM1514
Department : Economics and Management
Econometrics I
Homework 2
1. What is log-likelihood function in this example?
We have the likelihood function of this data is:
L(p, y) =
n
Y
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p)1
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i=1
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Linear Regression Model (II)
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Advertising data
Recall the example of Advertising data, we run the regression respective to
each of dependent variables
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Data Specication
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Econometrics I
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First
Know your data.
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Know your data
Before you estimate the regression
It is often useful to plot variables in mo
Econometrics I
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Linear Regression Model (III)
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Agenda
C.I. v.s. P.I.
Extensions of the linear model
Interaction eect
Polynomial regression
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C.I. v
Mappings - Exercises
NGUYEN CANH Nam1
1 Faculty of Applied Mathematics
Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics
Hanoi University of Science and Technology
[email protected]
HUT - 2011
NGUYEN CANH Nam
Mathematics I - Chapter 3 - Exercises
Summ
Mappings part II - Exercises
NGUYEN CANH Nam1
1 Faculty of Applied Mathematics
Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics
Hanoi University of Science and Technology
[email protected]
HUST - 2011
NGUYEN CANH Nam
Mathematics I - Chapter 3 - Exerc
Restriction, characteristic functions
Substitutions
Collections
Mappings - Part II
NGUYEN CANH Nam1
1 Faculty of Applied Mathematics
Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics
Hanoi University of Science and Technology
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HUST -
On relation concepts
Order relation
Relations
NGUYEN CANH Nam1
1 Faculty of Applied Mathematics
Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics
Hanoi University of Technologies
[email protected]
HUT - 2010
NGUYEN CANH Nam
Mathematics I - Chapter 4
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Basic concepts
Injective, surjective, bijective mappings
Composition of maps, inverse maps
Mappings
NGUYEN CANH Nam1
1 Faculty of Applied Mathematics
Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics
Hanoi University of Science and Technology
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Algebraic Structures - Exercises
NGUYEN CANH Nam1
1 Faculty of Applied Mathematics
Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics
Hanoi University of Science and Technology
[email protected]
HUST - 2011
NGUYEN CANH Nam
Mathematics I - Chapter 4 - E
Algebraic Structures - Exercises
NGUYEN CANH Nam1
1 Faculty of Applied Mathematics
Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics
Hanoi University of Technologies
[email protected]
HUT - 2010
NGUYEN CANH Nam
Mathematics I - Chapter 4 - Exercises
Ex
Rings and els
Algebraic structures - Part II
NGUYEN CANH Nam1
1 Faculty of Applied Mathematics
Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics
Hanoi University of Science and Technology
[email protected]
HUST - 2011
NGUYEN CANH Nam
Mathematics I - C
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EC137 Homework 2 covering classes 4-7
Due date: 11:59pm, Oct. 26, 2013
Ground rules: You can discuss the homework problems with other students, but do not
copy others ideas. I want to see your own work. We will be paying particular attention to
this on
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EC137 Homework 3
Due date: November 20, 2013, 11:59pm
Ground rules: You can discuss the homework problems with other students, but do not
copy others ideas. I want to see your own work. We will be paying particular attention to
this on the long answer q
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EC137 Homework 1 covering classes 1-4
Due date: October 18, 2013 (midnight)
Ground rules: You can discuss the homework problems with other students, but do not
copy others ideas. I want to see your own work. We will be paying particular attention to
thi
STAT 4315
Practice Midterm
The exam will be open-book, open-note, calculators-ok (but no other electronics) exam.
The types of problems and concepts on this practice exam are representative of those on
the real exam, but the difficulty level of the proble
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Carter T. Butts
Spring Quarter, 2015
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Solutions to Assignment 3
IEOR 4701 - Stochastic Models for Financial Engineering
1. Gamblers ruin problem.
We have two gamblers, A and B. We toss a coin: if it comes up H, then A pays 1 dollar
to B; otherwise (i.e. if T comes up), B pays 1 dollar to A. T
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Stat 110 Homework 4 Solutions, Fall 2014
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