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Use the data in CRIMEI to answer this question.(i) For the OLS estimates reported in Table 17. 5 , find the heteroskedasticity-robust standard errors.In terms of statistical significance of the coefficients, are there any notable changes?(ii) Obtain the fully robust standard errors - that is, those that do not even require assumption$(17.35)-$ for the Poisson regression estimates in the second column. (This requires thatfully robust 95$\%$ confidence interval for $\beta_{\text {pcmv}}$ with that obtained using the standard error inTable $17.5 .$(iii) Compute the average partial effects for each variable in the Poisson regression model. Use theformula for binary explanatory variables for black, hispan, and bom60. Compare the APEs forqemp86 and inc86 with the corresponding OLS coefficients.(iv) If your statistical package reports the robust standard errors for the APEs in part (ii), comparethe robust $t$ statistic for the OLS estimate of $\beta_{p c m}$ with the robust $t$ statistic for the APE of pcm in the Poisson regression.

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(i) see video (ii) CI using fully robust SE is much wider (iii) (iv) see video

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Earth one. Yeah. We obtain the head roasted ethnicity, robust standard errors for the old estimates Reported in Table 17.5. In terms of significance, the most notable change is invariable total time. This variable has lost its significance are too The middle panel reports the fully robust standard errors for the Poisson regression estimates In the Second Column of Table 17.5, The 95% confidence interval for the estimate of PC envy. Mhm. From the two uh huh. From the two methods are as follow for the first one 95% confidence interval Range from -1 211 two minus .053. Using robust standard error, The 95% confidence interval is ranging from minus 0.5 seven two minus point 236 The second one is wider but does not overlap. Mhm. Not exactly slightly overlap with the first confidence interval. Aren't we? Ask you to compute the average partial effects for each variable in the passing regression model. So I have then reported in this panel, we will compare the A. P. S. For qm 86 N i n C 86 with a corresponding old L. S coefficient. From the first regression. The A. P. E. Of income 86 Is -115 with a standard, a role of point triple zeroes three and A P. E. Of Q. Emp 86 is -1513. Standard barrel .0145 second regression. A P. E. of income 86 is -103 and standard error On triple zeroes and four. So we have a stronger effect for this variable when we use the second regression, the seas, Q and AMP 86 Ap is -101 by four. Standard errol .117. The effect of this variable is actually muted in the second regression, it has become smaller by 1/5 last part, Part four. We calculate the robot standard errands for the A. P. E. In part three. And we compare the robust T. Statistic for the old estimate of beta of p c n V. With a robust the statistic for the A. P. E. Of pc envy. In the Poisson regression. In the first regression, A p E. Is minus 0.1319 for variable P. C. N. V. With a standard error of zero 0.4 04 The magnitude is smaller than A P. E. Of the same variable in the Poisson regression, which from the table we get minus point 16 24 and the standard error is point oh three 47 It is smaller but it's actually very close.

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