Emory University Spring 2011
ECON 431 International Trade
Final Exam
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Instruction. Answer all the questions. In questions requiring numerical answers,
assume, if necessary, that consumers spend the income equally on each good. Leave
your numerical
ECO 4421 Introduction to Econometrics
Extra credits (5 points)
1. Consider the simple linear regression model = 1 + .
Derive the OLS estimators for the slope parameter, i.e. 1.
2. Find the Stata data file titled extra_Q#2 dataset and apply it to Stata.
Su
ECO 4421 Introduction to Econometrics
HW # 4 (due on April. 5th, 2016)
1. Consider the following simple regression model
= 0 + 1 + ,
where is house price, is the assessed housing value (before the house was sold).
Suppose we want to test the rationality
Florida International University
ECO 4932 Topics in Theory Spring 2015
General Guidelines for the Final Presentation
As per the Syllabus, in lieu of the Final Exam students have to prepare a presentation. The
dates are stated in the Syllabus. This file co
ECO 4421 Introduction to Econometrics
HW # 3 (due on March 8, 2016)
1. The following equation is an estimated relationship between earnings and education,
= 0.7437 + 0.6416 .
The sample size is 13. The standard error of the intercept is 0.8355; the value
Topics in Theory
Spring Semester 2016
Kaz Miyagiwa
Lecture 2: The model with fixed supplies
0. Introduction
We now begin formal analysis of international trade. To that end we need a model that
relates to economic activities in a country and even the enti
Lecture 3: The Ricardian (classical) trade theory
David Ricardo (1772 1823)
0. Introduction
In Lecture 2 we discovered why nations trade: differences in relative supplies of goods cause
differences in autarky prices, giving rise to trade. A deeper questio
ECO4932: Topics in Theory
Spring Semester 2016
International Trade
Kaz Miyagiwa
Lecture 1: Getting started
0. Do you need to take this course?
In the 1993 American Economic Review article Paul Krugman summed up the popular sentiments
about international t
Lecture 4: The Heckscher-Ohlin model
Eli Heckscher (1879-1952) and Bertil G. Ohln (1899 1979)
1. Introduction
The Ricardian model emphasizes international differences in technology as a basis for trade.
This Lecture explores another source of comparative
Florida International University
ECO 4932 Topics in Theory Spring 2015
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