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The estimator is a vector of random variables, because the sample may change. The estimate is a vector of numbers. The most widely used estimator in econometrics is the ordinary least squares (OLS) estimator. 1 applied to the available sample. The OLS estimator for β is thus given by −1 N N b= xi xi i=1 xi yi . 25), combined with a sampling scheme, b is now a vector of random variables. Our interest lies in the true unknown parameter vector β, and b is considered an approximation to it. While a given sample only produces a single estimate, we evaluate the quality of it through the properties of the underlying estimator.
The basic idea is that a sum of squared normals is Chi-squared distributed (see Appendix B). 8 See Appendix B for details about the distributions in this section. AN INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR REGRESSION 24 is a speciﬁc value chosen by the researcher. 49) se(bk ) has a t distribution with N − K degrees of freedom. If the null hypothesis is not true, the alternative hypothesis H1 : βk = βk0 holds. As there are no unknown values in tk , it becomes a test statistic that can be computed from the estimate bk and its standard error se(bk ).
96. This means that we clearly have to reject the null hypothesis that β2 = 0. We thus have to reject that in the population the expected wage differential between males and females is zero. 11. 39 per hour. 3 Testing One Linear Restriction The test discussed above involves a restriction on a single coefﬁcient. Often, a hypothesis of economic interest implies a linear restriction on more than one coefﬁcient, such as9 β2 + β3 + · · · + βK = 1. 53) for some scalar value q and a K-dimensional vector r.
A Guide to Modern Econometrics (2nd Edition) by Marno Verbeek