Education policymakers in the US

Econometrics 4400 HW 1 Drew Barker, adapted from Peter Nencka Due Tuesday 9/25 at 12:45p. You are welcome to work in teams, but please: (1) turn in your own write up and computer code, (2) acknowledge with whom you worked at the top of your assignment. For questions using R, please print out your code… Continue reading Education policymakers in the US

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Calculating a regression equation

(R)egression Drew Barker September 13, 2018 The lm() function Calculating a regression equation in R is actually pretty easy with the lm() function. The lm() function takes two main inputs, a formula and the dataset we wish to use. To demonstrate I will use a dataset that is pre-built into R called “mtcars”. This dataset contains data… Continue reading Calculating a regression equation

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Matchmaking and Regression

Matchmaking and Regression When the assignment isn’t so random As I said previously, when we don’t have random assignment we must resort to econometric tools. The most fundamental econometric tool is regression. Regression attempts to make all else equal by controlling for certain other observable variables that describe key ways in which treatment and control… Continue reading Matchmaking and Regression

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The primary economic issues and policies

12345 12345 “Course Takeaway”  Please respond to the following: Reflect upon three (3) aspects of the course that resonated for you. Describe the manner in which you have grown personally and professionally as a result of completing this course. From the e-Activity, compare and contrast the primary economic issues and policies both the Republican and… Continue reading The primary economic issues and policies

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