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 http://elsa.berkeley.edu/users/ruud/cet/data.html 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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