Answer key to problem set # 6
ECON 342
Prof. Shakeeb Khan
T.A. J. Marcelo Ochoa
Spring, 2009
The following table reports the results assuming = 0.75 and testing with a 5% condence,
RMSE
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Econ 342
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Econ 342
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Answer key to problem set # 5
ECON 342
Prof. Shakeeb Khan
T.A. J. Marcelo Ochoa
Spring, 2009
Problem (Hayashi Chapter 6, page 375 #1). Solution. If cfw_j is absolutely summable then:
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Answer key to problem set # 3
ECON 342
Prof. Shakeeb Khan
T.A. J. Marcelo Ochoa
Spring, 2009
Problem (Hayashi Chapter 7, page 469 #4). Solution. What needs to be proved is: If E (xt xt )
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ECON 342
J. Marcelo Ochoa
Spring, 2009
Problem (4.4 1). The 2SLS estimator for equation m,
yim = zim m + eim
using as instruments xim can be written as,
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Answer key to problem set # 4
ECON 342
Prof. Shakeeb Khan
T.A. J. Marcelo Ochoa
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Problem (3). Let yi = max(xi 0 + i , 0). Formally derive the expression for E (yi |xi , yi > 0)
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ECON 342
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Problem 1. For T = 2 consider the standard panel data model:
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b) Compare the error variance estimates fr
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yi1 = Yi1 + xi1 + ui1
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Yi1 = xi 1 + Vi1
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where yi1 is a scale, and Yi1 is a vector with second equation characterizing the reduced
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Econ 485
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