# CS代考计算机代写 1. (11 Points) Consider the multiplicative model

1. (11 Points) Consider the multiplicative model
Yi =1Xi2e”i, i=1,…,n
Hint: You can use R for the computations below, but you need to write down your answers in the written part of the exam.
Apply an ln()-transformation to derive the standard simple linear regression model.
Suppose that the following data are observed:
Compute the value of the OLS-estimate ˆ = (X ̃ 0X ̃ )1X ̃ 0Y ̃ . Additionally, write down the values of the following quantities:
(X ̃ 0X ̃ ), (X ̃ 0X ̃ )1 and X ̃ 0Y ̃ .
Compute the t-test statistic to test (significance level ↵ = 0.05)
H0 :2 =0 against H1 :2 6=0 What’s the p-value and what’s your test-decision?
Consider the multiplicative model and show that the elasticity of f(x) = E(Y|X = x) with respect to x equals 2. Comment on the role of the independence between “i and Xi in your derivations.
Assumptions 1-4 of Chapter 3 of our script are assumed to hold for this model. Additionally, i.i.d. 2
you can assume homoscedastic, spherical errors with “i ⇠ N(0, ), and independence between “i and Xi for all i = 1,…,n.
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2. (11 Points) Consider the multiple linear regression model Yi =Xi0+”i
Assumptions 1⇤, 2, 3⇤ 4 of Chapter 5 of our script are assumed to hold. Additionally, you can assume homoscedastic, spherical errors “i . Unfortunately, we cannot observe the (K ⇥ 1) dimensional random vector Xi directly, but only
Consider the estimator
ˆn = (X ̃ 0X ̃ )1X ̃ 0Y
0B 1 1C X ̃ = B B X i 2 + M i 2 C C ,
i @ . A XiK +MiK
i.i.d.
with measurement errors Mi2,…,MiK ⇠ N(0,1). You can assume that the random vari-
ables X ̃i, Xi, and “i are all independent to each other; that is E(“i |X ̃i) = E(“i |Xi) = E(“i) = 0 for all i = 1,…,n.
(a) (4 P.) Written answers: ˆ ˆ
Compute the unconditional mean E(n). Is the estimator n (unconditionally) biased for fixed n?
Let’s assume ˆn is inconsistent (i.e., ˆn 6!p as n ! 1). Is sU2B in this case also inconsistent for Var(“i )? Explain qualitatively (no mathematical derivations are needed here).
i.i.d
Let’s assume Xi is observed directly, but a measurement error, ” ̃i ⇠ N(0,1), which
is independent from all other random model components, affects Yi . So you have the
following model
Y ̃i =Xi0+”i, where Y ̃i =Yi +” ̃i Compute the unconditional mean E( ̃) of the estimator
̃ = ( X 0 X ) 1 X 0 Y ̃
Is the estimator ̃n (unconditionally) biased for fixed n?
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3. (15 Points) Consider the following multiple linear regression model Yi =1 +2Xi2 +3Xi3 +”i
Assumptions 1⇤, 2, 3⇤ 4 of Chapter 5 of our script are assumed to hold. Let the sample size be n = 100 and let
= (1,2,3)0 = (2,3,4)0 Xi2 ⇠U[1,4]
Xi3 ⇠ 2Xi2 + Vi
Vi ⇠N(0,1)
“i ⇠N(0,2/3),
where Zi is independent from all other random variables in the model.
Hints: You can use large sample inference. This is how you can draw n = 100 realiza- tions of the regressors and the error term. Don’t get confused, the regressor Xi3 has no measurement error.
n <-100 X_2 <- runif(n, 1, 4) V <- rnorm(n) X_3 <- 2 * X_2 + V eps <- rnorm(n, sd=sqrt(2/3)) (a) (5 P.) R-Coding (no written answers): Write a Monte Carlo (MC) simulation with 500 MC replications to produce 500 re- alizations of the OLS estimator ˆ2 for 2. Compute the empirical mean of the 500 realizations of ˆ2. (b) (5 P.) R-Coding (no written answers): Repeat the MC simulation in (a), but when computing the OLS estimates, omit Xi3 from the estimation formula for all i = 1, ... , n. Compute again the empirical mean of the 500 realizations of ˆ2. (c) (5 P.) Written answers: What do the simulation results in (a) and (b) indicate? In (b), we omit Xi3, i = 1, ... , n, when computing ˆ2. Does this violate the exogeneity assumption (Assumption 2)? Explain your answer using mathematical derivations. 4 4. (15 Points) Consider the following R code: library("AER") data("Affairs") ## Estimation lm_obj <- lm(affairs ~ age + yearsmarried + religiousness + rating, data = Affairs) Explanation: The variable affairs contains the number of affairs of a person. The variable rating contains information about how good/bad one rates his/her own marriage. (a) (3 P.) R-Coding (no written answers): Produce a typical regression output table (estimates, standard errors, t-values, and p-values) using HC3 robust standard errors. (b) (4 P.) R-Coding & written answers: What’s the p-value when testing H0: age = 0 versus H1: age < 0? What’s the p-value when testing H0: age = 0 versus H1: age > 0?
(c) (4 P.) R-Coding & written answers:
Test the multiple parameter hypothesis H0: age = yearsmarried = 0 using HC3 robust standard errors. What’s the corresponding R matrix? Can you reject the null hypothe- sis?
(d) (4 P.) R-Coding & written answers:
Test the multiple parameter hypothesis H0: age + yearsmarried = 0 using HC3 robust standard errors. What’s the corresponding R matrix? Can you reject the null hypothe- sis?
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