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"All models are approximations. Assumptions, whether implied or clearly stated, are never exactly true. All models are wrong, but some models are useful. So the question you need to ask is not "Is the model true?" (it never is) but "Is the model good enough for this particular application?"
George E.P. Box (2009)

Old Exams

ECON 107 "Introduction to Econometrics" Spring 2010
 Exam 1: Introduction and statistics review
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 Exam 2: Twovariable regression
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 Exam 3: Multiple regression with crosssection data
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 Exam 4: Multiple regression with timeseries data
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ECON 107 "Introduction to Econometrics" Spring 2008
 Exam 1: Introduction and statistics review
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 Exam 2: Twovariable regression
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 Exam 3: Multiple regression with crosssection data
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 Exam 4: Multiple regression with timeseries data
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 Final exam
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ECON 107 "Introduction to Econometrics" Fall 2007
 Exam 1: Introduction and statistics review
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 Exam 2: Twovariable regression
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 Exam 3: Multiple regression with crosssection data
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 Exam 4: Multiple regression with timeseries data
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 Final exam
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ECON 107 "Introduction to Econometrics" Spring 2006
 Exam 1: Introduction and statistics review
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 Exam 2: Twovariable regression
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 Exam 3: Multiple regression with crosssection data
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 Exam 4: Multiple regression with timeseries data
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 Final exam
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