Its the economy, stupid!
Or is it? Determining electoral outcomes through economic conditions
Rachel West
Mount Holyoke College
December 9, 2006
Abstract
This paper tests the hypothesis that vote shar
The Effect of Seat Belt Usage on Traffic
Fatalities in the United States
By
Laura Robinson
Economics 220: Introduction to Econometrics
Fall 2008
I.
Introduction
M otor vehicle fatalities a re the lead
FDI and Economic Growth:
What is the Relationship?
Econometrics 220
Professor: Michael Robinson
Regression Analysis Term Paper
Luca Esquivel and Gabriella Illys
Introduction
There is a general underst
Art and Religion
Nicole Edick 08 and Kaitlin Keon 07
Introduction to Econometrics
Mike Robinson
Mount Holyoke College
May 18, 2006
Art and Religion
Edick, Keon 2
Abstract
This paper presents a model t
Sarah Robison
Introduction:
Many studies have been done on the determinants of income. There are a few
determinants that are used in most of the published models. Some of these are Sex,
Marital Status
CHAPTER
8
MULTIPLE REGRESSION:
ESTIMATION AND HYPOTHESIS TESTING
QUESTIONS
(a) It measures the change in the mean value of the dependent variable (Y)
8.1.
for a unit change in the value of an explanat
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9
FUNCTIONAL FORMS OF REGRESSION MODELS
QUESTIONS
9.1.
(a) In a log-log model the dependent and all explanatory variables are in the
logarithmic form.
(b) In the log-lin model the dependent va
CHAPTER
4
SOME IMPORTANT PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
QUESTIONS
4.1
(a) The number of independent observations available to compute an
estimate, e.g., the sample mean or the sample variance.
(b) The prob
CHAPTER
10
DUMMY VARIABLE REGRESSION MODELS
QUESTIONS
10.1.
(a) and (b) These are variables that cannot be quantified on a cardinal scale.
They usually denote the possession or nonpossession of an att
CHAPTER
6
BASIC IDEAS OF LINEAR REGRESSION:
THE TWO-VARIABLE MODEL
QUESTIONS
6.1.
(a) It states how the population mean value of the dependent variable is
related to one or more explanatory variables.
CHAPTER
1
THE NATURE AND SCOPE OF ECONOMETRICS
QUESTIONS
(a) Other things remaining the same, the higher the tax rate is, the lower
1.1.
the price of a house will be.
(b) Assume that the data are cros
CHAPTER
11
MODEL SELECTION: CRITERIA AND TESTS
QUESTIONS
11.1.
Specification errors occur when the form of the relationship between the
dependent variable and the explanatory variables is wrongly spec
The Effect of Aid on Economic Growth
Name: Lara Patel
Course: Econ-220
Date: 12.19.2006
Introduction
This paper investigates the effect of aid on economic growth. Using OLS, it looks
at the influence
CHAPTER
7
THE TWO-VARIABLE REGRESSION MODEL:
HYPOTHESIS TESTING
QUESTIONS
7.1. (a) In the regression context, the method of least squares estimates the
regression parameters in such a way that the sum
A Study of Extracurricular Activities at Mount Holyoke
College: the Effect on Future Wages and Donations
Andrea Falciani, Ashima Singh and Devika Chopra
May 15, 2006
Econometrics 220
1
Introduction
Th
Regression Analysis:
What affects opinions surrounding the legalization of marijuana and how do these
opinions inform political identity and party affiliations?
Allison Shewmake, 08
Kathryn Wright, 07
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CHAPTER
3
CHARACTERISTICS OF PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
QUESTIONS
3.1.
Summary characteristics of a PDF are known as moments. The most
commonly encountered moments are the mean, variance and covariance
CHAPTER
2
REVIEW OF STATISTICS: PROBABILITY AND
PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
QUESTIONS
2.1.
See Sections 2.2, 2.4, 2.5, and 2.6.
2.2.
No. Notice that a pair of events, A and B, are mutually exclusive if
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COLLEGE MAJOR
Bidita J. Tithi 07
Katerina Kirova 09
Economics 220
Professor Robinson
5/15/2006
INTRODUCTION
In our paper we examine the factors that influence the choice of major by Mount H
Burcu Gunhar
Lee Hong Lee
Econometrics 220
Variables of Economic Growth in Developed and Developing Countries
Introduction
Throughout our college education in Economics, we have studied various models
The Effect of Foreign
Direct Investment (FDI)
on
Annual Real GDP Growth
DIEU MINH NGUYEN 09
Introduction to Econometrics - Econ 220
Mount Holyoke College
Spring 2006
1
ABSTRACT
The level of GDP growth
What effect does foreign aid have on
economic growth?
Sarah Owocki
and
Isabella Fung
May 19th, 2006
Econ 220 Intro to Econometrics
Professor Michael D. Robinson
ABSTRACT
This paper examines whether fo
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The Effect of
Growth on Unemployment and Inflation
And
The Effect of
Unemployment and Inflation on Growth
Economics 220: Econometrics
Oyinade Ogunbekun
&
Emily Hoffman
1
Introduction
Over the years di
Amanda Mwamuka
Econometrics 220
Final paper
What additional factors should be incorporated into new gun laws in order to effectively to
reduce crime rates?
Introduction
One of the main topics of debat
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The Variables of Infidelity
Elisa Aigamaua 06
Ellie Denton 08
Econ 220: Econometrics
Professor Mike Robinson
May 14th, 2006
Introduction:
Approximately 11% of individuals in the U.S. have extramarital
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