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In an application to data from the Seattle and Denver income maintenance experiments, we find that both the proposed model and the logit model reveal significant decreases in the probability of employment of family heads under NIT programs that decrease the net wage rate and increase nonwage income. Addison Wesley. I think this is one of the best applied econometrics book available. Each chapter is a case study in econometrics, which walks you through the economic theory and econometric application. I will use several chapters for homework assignments in this class. Kleiber, C., and Zeileis, A. (). econometric model: A set of equations that have been estimated by econometric methods and that are then used, together, to forecast the economy or to calculate effects of changes in the economy. Thus, an economic modelwhose equations are econometrically estimated. A good model to start with in economics is the circular flow diagram, which is shown in Figure 2. It pictures the economy as consisting of two groups—households and firms—that interact in two markets: the goods and services market in which firms sell and households buy and the labor market in which households sell labor to business firms or.

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