By Jack Johnston, John Dinardo
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Why is this correlation smaller than either of the correlations in the subsamples? 15. An investigator is interested in the accompanying two series for 1935-1946. Year 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 X,deathsofchildren under 1 year (OOO) 60 62 61 55 53 60 63 53 52 48 49 43 Y,consumptionof 23 23 25 25 26 26 29 30 30 32 33 31 beer (bulk barrels) Calculate the coefficient of correlation between X and Y. (b) A linear time trend may be fitted to X (or Y) by calculating an LS regression of X (or Y ) on time t.
One does not need to be a Nobel laureate in economics to suspect that price and income both influence consumption. The main purpose is to illustrate the various descriptive and test statistics in a typical computer printout. 3, shown in Fig. 3b. 23 The dependent variable and the sample time span are indicated at the top of the table. Then follows the estimated intercept (coefficient on the C variable) and the estimated coefficient on the regressor PRICE. or cX2). with their standard errors and the t statistics for testing the hypothesis that the true \-slue of each coefficient is zero.
Derive the sampling distribution of the estimator b =xXIY,/xX; Show that the expected value of the estimator is p , and compute the variance of the sampling distribution. (This problem comes from ‘‘A Simple Approach to Teaching Generalized Least Squares Theory,” by E. H. 10. The fixed values of X in a problem are as follows: CHAITER 1: Relationships between Two Variables 39 An econometrician with no calculator and an aversion to arithmetic proposes to estimate the slope of the linear relation between Y and X by 1 - YZ - y1) g ( Y 6 -k y5 .
Econometric methods by Jack Johnston, John Dinardo