Econ/Stat 2123.83
Problem Set #7
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This homework covers chapter 6 of the textbook and the related lecture notes. If there is a term
you do not recognize in the homework, you should be able to find it in the book or in the other
materials posted on Bl
Assignment 6
1.
Price elasticity (estimates) of income is .4408193, standard error is .1039461.
2.
According to beta1=0.4408193, the gasoline is a normal good as the demand for the
gas is elasticity. Normal goods have a positive income elasticity of deman
Assignment 3
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1.
Slope coefficient of educ on IQ is 3.487689
2.
Beta1 of log(wage) on educ is 0.0550127
3.
Beta1 head=0.0374312 Beta2 head =0.005041
4.
LHS=0.0550127
RHS=0.0374312+3.487689*0.05041=0.0550127
LHS=RHS
5.
Holding LSAT, GPA, log(libvol
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Assignment 6 Answers
1. The iterated Prais-Winsten estimates of the income and price elasticities are 0:4408 and
with standard errors of 0:1039 and 0:0231, respectively.
0:143
1. Make to Order is to manufacture the end goods when customers place their
orders. For example, Rolls-Royce manufactures the car according to their special
orders from their customers. Make to Stock is a strategy to produces goods
depending on the demand
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Assignment 7
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1.a) If the total sales projections for shipments is 600,000
Location
Denver
Santa Fe
Salt Lake
City
Location
Denver
Santa Fe
Salt Lake
City
Annual Fixed Costs
$5,000,000
$4,200,000
Variable Costs per Shipment
$4.65
$6.25
To
Instrumental Variables Regression
Three important threats to internal validity are:
omitted variable bias from a variable that is correlated
with X but is unobserved, so cannot be included in the
regression;
simultaneous causality bias (X causes Y, Y ca
Assignment 4
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1.
Standard Error Ratio=0.0036084/0.0054829= 0.658118879
From text (5.0), Standard Error Ratio=(408/815)^(1/2)=0.707540456
The ratio of the latter standard error to the former is 0.707540456. The standard
error using all of the obser
Econ/Stat 2123.83
Problem Set #9
This homework covers chapter 10 of the textbook and the related lecture notes. If there is
a term you do not recognize in the homework, you should be able to find it in the book or
in the other materials posted on Blackboa
ECON 123 (TROST) QUIZ 1 SPRING 2005
Suppose an economist estimates a consumption function and obtains
the results:
c = 15 + 0.81Yd n = 19, R = .99
(4.8) (0.04)
where c is consumption, n is sample size, Y; is disposable income
and 0.81 is an estimate of
Econ 2123. Introduction to Econometrics
Sections 80/83. Prof. Williams
Homework 4
Solutions
1.
Suppose that a random sample of 200 40-year old men is selected from a population
and that these mens annual income is recorded. Suppose I am also able to obtai
Econ 2123. Introduction to Econometrics
Sections 80/83. Prof. Williams
Homework 3
Solutions
1. Law of iterated expectations
Suppose Rt is the rate of return on an investment in period t. Rt is a random variable
because it is uncertain until period t + 1.
Econ 2123. Introduction to Econometrics
Sections 80/83. Prof. Williams
Homework 2
Solutions
1.
1
Recall the sample standard deviation estimator, s = n1 n (Xi X)2 . Is this
i=1
estimator consistent if X1 , X2 , . . . , Xn is a random sample? Explain why. M
Econ 2123. Introduction to Econometrics
Section 83. Prof. Williams
Homework 1
Solutions
1.
In each of the following examples is the assumption of a random sample reasonable?
Why or why not?
i. Time series: X1 , X2 , . . . , Xn where X1 represents the US u
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Homework 9
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Aa.
Path
A-C-D-F-H
B-D-F-H
B-E-G-H
Expected Time (wks)
35
36
37
A.b
Node
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Duration
4
10
5
15
12
4
8
7
ES
LS
0
0
4
10
10
25
22
30
Slack
2
0
6
11
10
26
22
30
2
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
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The critical path is B-E-G-H
B
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A
Set Total Cost = 60000 + 1.5Q; Total Revenue = 5Q; (Q is the number of sales) When Total
Cost = Total Revenue, the store break even -> Q=F/(p-c) (p is the average sale, c is
variable cost per unit) Q= 60,000/(5-1.5)= 17142.86 approximating to 1
Distribution of YB1,
YBnB under simple random sampling
B
Because individuals #1 and #2 are selected at random, the
value of YB1B has no information content for YB2.B Thus:
o YB1B and YB2B are independently distributed
o YB1B and YB2B come from the same d
Linear Regression
Consider the following general model:
(1)
y i 0 1 X 1i 2 X 2i u i
where yi is the dependent variable, 0, ,1 and 2 are coefficients, X,1i and
X,2i are (non-random) explanatory variables, and ui is an unobserved
(from the researchers point
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Department of Economics
Economics 2123
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Assignment 1
Questions 1 through 3 rely on the following information: Suppose the state legislators in a particular state
are concerned about auto fatalities in the state. Cur
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You have twenty minutes to answer the following questions Good luck.
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Introduction to Econometrics
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