TwoRegressionLines.xls
This workbook drives home the point that the linear relationship between two variables (call them X and Y) is summarized by two different regression lines, depending on whether we are predicting Y conditional on the value of X or or
Chapter 6: Functional Forms
Section 6.4: SemiLogEarningan.Xls
The Earnings Function: In Earnings = b0 + blEducation (plus other X variables as controls)
b1 is the (approximate) percentage change in earnings given one more year of education so it is
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Chapter 13: Classical Econometric Model
Review and Introduction
Thus far in the book, we have used the following box models:
Coin Flip Model (includes free throw shooting)
Polling Model (drawing without replacement from a finite population)
Measurement
Chapter 8: Dummy Variables
Define dummy variables and do
0 Bivariate regression with a dummy var, stressing the tie between the coefficient
and the difference of averages; Figure 8.3.1
0 Regression with an included continuous X (Education) that gives t
Chapter 9 Monte Carlo Simulation
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