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**Category:**Springer Texts in Business and Economics (continued)- Diagnostic Tests for Linear Regression Models
- What is Econometrics?
- A Review of Some Basic Statistical Concepts
- Independence and Simple Correlation
- The Binomial Distribution
- The Wald, LR, and LM Inequality. This is based on Baltagi (1994). The likelihood is given by Eq. (2.1) in the text
- Poisson Distribution
- The Uniform Density
- The Exponential Distribution
- The Gamma Distribution
- The t-distribution with r Degrees of Freedom
- Moment Generating Function (MGF)
- Moment Generating Function Method
- Best Linear Prediction. This is based on Amemiya (1994)
- The Best Predictor
- Simple Linear Regression
- Efficiency as Correlation. This is based on Zheng (1994)
- Adding 5 to each observation of Xi, adds 5 to the sample average X and it
- Dependent Variable: LNC
- Theil’s minimum mean square estimator of ". " can be written as
- Dependent Variable: LNEN
- Dependent Variable: LNRGDP
- For parts (b) and (c), SAS will automatically compute confidence intervals for the mean (CLM option) and for a specific observation (CLI option), see the
- Multiple Regression Analysis
- Simple Versus Multiple Regression Coefficients. This is based on Baltagi (1987)
- . Effect of Additional Regressors on R2
- Violations of the Classical Assumptions
- Weighted Least Squares. This is based on Kmenta (1986)
- TheAR(1) model. From (5.26), by continuous substitution just like (5.29), one could stop at ut_s to get
- Regressions with Non-zero Mean Disturbances
- ML Estimation of Linear Regression Model with AR(1) Errors and Two
- The backup regressions are given below: These are performed using SAS
- The backup regressions are given below
- Using EViews, Qt+i is simply Q(1) and one can set the sample range from 1954-1976
- The back up regressions are given below. These are performed using SAS
- Distributed Lags and Dynamic Models
- The General Linear Model: The Basics
- Regression Diagnostics and Specification Tests
- Generalized Least Squares
- Seemingly Unrelated Regressions
- Simultaneous Equations Model
- Pooling Time-Series of Cross-Section Data
- Variance-Covariance Matrix of Random Effects
- Limited Dependent Variables
- Time-Series Analysis
- Relative Efficiency of OLS Under Heteroskedasticity

**Category:**THE ECONOMETRICS OF MACROECONOMIC MODELLING- The Econometrics of. Macroeconomic Modelling
- The case for macroeconometric models
- Methodological issues (Chapter 2)
- The supply-side and wage - and price-setting (Chapters 3—8)
- The transmission mechanism (Chapters 9 and 10)
- Forecast properties (Chapter 11)
- Methodological issues of large-scale macromodels
- Introduction: small vs. large models
- The roles of statistics and economic theory in macroeconometrics
- Role of economic theory in macroeconometrics
- Identifying partial structure in submodels
- An example: modelling the household sector
- The aggregate consumption function
- Rival models
- Is modelling subsystems and combining them to a global model a viable procedure?
- Inflation in open economies:. the main-course model
- Cointegration
- Causality
- Early empiricism
- Summary
- The Phillips curve
- Lineages of the Phillips curve
- Cointegration, causality, and the Phillips curve natural rate
- Is the Phillips curve consistent with persistent changes in unemployment?
- Estimating the uncertainty of the Phillips curve NAIRU
- Inversion and the Lucas critique
- Lucas critique
- Model-based vs. data-based expectations
- Testing the Lucas critique
- An empirical open economy Phillips curve system
- Wage bargaining and. price-setting
- Wage bargaining and monopolistic competition
- The wage curve NAIRU
- Cointegration and identification
- Cointegration and Norwegian manufacturing wages
- Aggregate wages and prices: UK quarterly data
- Wage-price dynamics
- Nominal rigidity and equilibrium correction
- Stability and steady state
- The stable solution of the conditional wage-price system
- Cointegration, long-run multipliers, and the steady state
- Nominal rigidity despite dynamic homogeneity
- An important unstable solution: the ‘no wedge’ case
- A main-course interpretation
- Comparison with the wage-curve NAIRU
- Comparison with the wage Phillips curve NAIRU
- Do estimated wage-price models support the NAIRU view of equilibrium unemployment?
- Empirical wage equations
- Aggregate wage-price dynamics in the United Kingdom
- Econometric evaluation of Nordic structural employment estimates
- The NAWRU
- Do NAWRU fluctuations match up with structural changes in wage formation?
- . Summary of time varying NAIRUs in the Nordic countries
- Beyond the natural rate doctrine: unemployment-inflation dynamics
- Wage-price dynamics: Norwegian manufacturing
- The New Keynesian Phillips curve
- The NPCM defined
- NPCM as a system
- Sensitivity analysis
- Testing the specification
- An encompassing representation
- Testing against richer dynamics
- Evaluation of the system
- Testing the encompassing implications
- The NPCM in Norway
- Money and inflation
- Models of money demand
- Dynamic models
- Inverted money demand equations
- Monetary analysis of Euro-area data
- Inversion may lead to forecast failure
- 8.4 Monetary analysis of Norwegian data
- Monetary effects in the inflation equation?
- Inflation models for the Euro area
- The wage-price block of the Area Wide Model
- The Incomplete Competition Model
- The New Keynesian Phillips Curve Model
- The P*-model of inflation
- Empirical evidence from Euro-area data
- The reduced form ICM inflation equation
- The P*-model
- The New Keynesian Phillips curve
- Evaluation of the inflation models’ properties
- Comparing the forecasting properties of the models
- Summary of findings—Euro-area data
- Inflation equations derived from the P*-model
- Testing for neglected monetary effects on inflation
- Evaluation of inflation models’ properties
- Summary of the findings—Norway vs. Euro area
- Transmission channels and. model properties
- The wage-price model
- The dynamic wage-price model
- Closing the model: marginal models for feedback variables
- The nominal exchange rate vt
- Mainland GDP output yt
- Productivity at
- Credit expansion crt
- Interest rates for government bonds RBOt and bank loans RLt
- Testing exogeneity and invariance
- Model performance
- Responses to a permanent shift in interest rates
- Evaluation of monetary. policy rules
- Four groups of interest rate rules
- Revisions of output data: a case for real-time variables?
- Data input for interest rate rules
- Ex post calculated interest rate rules
- Evaluation of interest rate rules
- RMSTEs and their decomposition
- Relative loss calculations
- Welfare losses evaluated by response surface estimation
- Forecasting using. econometric models
- EqCMs vs. dVARs in macroeconometric forecasting
- Forecast errors of bivariate EqCMs and dVARs
- A large-scale EqCM model and four dVAR type forecasting systems based on differenced data
- Model specification and forecast accuracy
- Forecast errors of stylised inflation models
- Revisiting empirical models of Norwegian inflation
- Forecast comparisons
- Summary and conclusions
- A.2 Solving and estimating rational expectations models
- Undetermined coefficients
- Factorization
- Estimation
- Does the MA(1) process prove that the forward solution applies?
- Calculation of interim multipliers in a linear dynamic model: a general exposition
- An example

**Category:**THE PATH FROM CAUSE TO EFFECT- The Path from Cause to Effect
- Randomized Trials
- In Sickness and in Health (Insurance)
- Randomized Results
- The Oregon Trail
- Masters of ’Metrics: From Daniel to R. A. Fisher
- Appendix: Mastering Inference
- The t-Statistic and the Central Limit Theorem
- Pairing Off
- A Tale of Two Colleges
- Matchmaker, Matchmaker
- Make Me a Match, Run Me a Regression
- Public-Private Face-Off
- Regressions Run
- Ceteris Paribus?
- Regression Sensitivity Analysis
- Masters of ’Metrics: Galton and Yule
- Conditional Expectation Functions
- Regression for Dummies
- Regression Anatomy and the OVB Formula
- Building Models with Logs
- Regression Standard Errors and Confidence Intervals
- Instrumental Variables
- The Charter Conundrum
- Playing the Lottery
- LATE for Charter School
- Abuse Busters
- When LATE Is the Effect on the Treated
- The Population Bomb
- One-Stop Shopping with Two-Stage Least Squares
- Masters of ’Metrics: The Remarkable Wrights
- Regression Discontinuity Designs
- Birthdays and Funerals
- The Elite Illusion
- Fuzzy RD Is IV
- Masters of ’Metrics: Donald Campbell
- Differences-in-Differences
- A Mississippi Experiment
- One Mississippi, Two Mississippi
- Parallel Worlds
- Just DDo It: A Depression Regression
- Drink, Drank
- Masters of ’Metrics: John Snow
- Appendix: Standard Errors for Regression DD
- The Wages of Schooling
- The Measure of Men: Controlling Ability
- Beware Bad Control
- Twins Double the Fun
- Twin Reports from Twinsburg
- Econometricians Are Known by Their... Instruments
- To Everything There Is a Season (of Birth)
- Rustling Sheepskin in the Lone Star State
- Appendix: Bias from Measurement Error
- ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
- EMPIRICAL NOTES

**Category:**Understanding the Mathematics of Personal Finance