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  • Paul A. Ruud


Instructional dataset, Accompanying An Introduction to Classical Econometric Theory Paul A. Ruud, Oxford University Press, 2d ed. (c) 2000 Datasets also accessible in ASCII from An extract from the March, 1995 Current Population Survey of the U. S. Census Bureau. 1289 observations, 8 variables, including w (wage), fe female indicator variable), nw (nonwhite indicator), un ( (union indicator), ed (years of schooling), ex (years of potential experience), age (age), wk (weekly earnings indicator variable)

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  • Paul A. Ruud, 2000. "wage data," Instructional Stata datasets for econometrics wage, Boston College Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:bocins:wage

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