# Statistics Coursework

**Topics:**Statistics, Household income in the United States, Regression analysis

**Pages:**3 (816 words)

**Published:**November 20, 2012

This handout provides information about the module’s second coursework. Below, you will find the coursework as well as information about the marking scheme. * The coursework requires you to engage with regression analysis by performing various regressions in Eviews and by commenting on the main results. * The aim of the coursework is to test your ability to handle datasets with the use of a specialist software and to provide critical and informative comments on the outcome of the analysis. You are expected to use Eviews for your analysis. The use of any other alternative software should be negotiated with the lecturer; * This coursework is an individual piece of work and accounts for 20 marks * The deadline is: Friday 16th December

* Submission: your report should be typed with all tables, graphs and text included in one single doc or pdf file. You can submit the file via Blackboard or you can submit a hardcopy to the reception office. Notice that if you submit online the deadline will be 11.59pm on Friday 16th December while if you submit a hardcopy the deadline is 4pm on the same day. * Marking scheme

* A first class mark is awarded to the work that:

* Contains well drawn and clear graphs, tables and regression output; * The analysis is clear, informative, detailed and makes references to economic theory and to technical aspects of regression analysis; * All questions are addressed in a comprehensive way with the use of appropriate graphs and tables. While answering each individual question, the good student will also appreciate that each question is part of the overall investigation of the determinants of labour supply; * The coursework is well presented, written in good English with an accurate use of referencing to external resources * A grade B is awarded to the work that broadly meets the requirements above but that shows some inaccuracies in the analysis and in the...

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