Subject Index 989

reduced in polynomial regressions, 369 Column vector, 914 Common log, 333 Comparison category, 302 Composite hypothesis, 126 Compound growth rate, 180 Computers, 13

Concentration function, 778-779 Concurrent regression, 307 Conditional expectation, 884-886 Conditional expectation function, 41 Conditional expected values, 39-40 Conditional regression analysis, 66-67

Conditional variance, 884-886 Condition index, 361-362 Condition number k, 362 Confidence band, 144 Confidence coefficient, 120, 897 Confidence interval, 120, 144, 897 approach to hypothesis testing, 126, 906-910 one-sided/one-tail approach, 128 two-sided/two-tail approach, 127-128 joint, 124

in multicollinearity, 353 for regression coefficients, 121-126 and standard error of the estimator, 123 and test of significance, 130 versus test of significance, 139 Confidence limits, 120 Consistency, 105-106, 117n, 903 Consistent estimator, 903 Constant elasticity model, 177 Constant elasticity of substitution, 11, 565

Constant elasticity of substitution production function, 196 Constant returns to scale, 224 Consumer price index, 32, 98, 186-187, 312, 828-829, 863-864 Consumer prices, 436 Consumption expenditures, 356-358

Consumption function, 3-21, 46,

87-91, 657-658 Consumption-income relationship,

90-91 Control category, 302 Control variable, 10, 304-305

Core variables, 46 Corrected standard errors, 484-485 Correlation negative, 70 partial, 360 positive, 70

versus regression, 23-24 serial, 443 spurious, 422 and time-series data, 441 zero, 87

zero contemporaneous, 764 Correlation analysis, 23-24 Correlation coefficient, 23-24, 883-884 simple and partial, 230-232 of zero order, 230 Correlation matrix, 372, 937-938 Correlograms, 808-812, 841-845 Cost analysis theory, 166 Count data, 582, 620-622 Count R2, 606 Count type, 620 Covariance, 102, 881-882 of OLS estimators, 350-353 zero, 71-72 Covariance model, 643 Covariates, 304-305 Cox test, 536 Crime data, 386 Critical level of the index, 608 Critical region, 130, 907 Critical values, 130, 907 Critical values of R2, 283-284 Critical values of t, 129 Cross-sectional data, 25, 27-28, 441, 636 combined with time-series data,

364-365 heteroscedasticity in, 391-392 Cross-section regression, 291-292 Cumulative distribution function,

594, 608-610, 635 Cyclical trend, 312n

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