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  • Analysis of micro data from ENIGH using Stata
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  • Juan Francisco Islas Aguirre
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  • Surveys such as the Encuesta Nacional de Ingresos y Gastos de los Hogares (ENIGH, or the National Survey of Household Income and Expenditure) offer many opportunities for the design, estimation, and testing of applied models in social science. The ENIGH is also a valuable source of case studies that can be used as real-life examples for teaching and learning. In this presentation, I discuss a series of exercises from the ENIGH that are used for teaching statistics and econometrics with Stata. I emphasize how to use the facilities of Stata as a learning tool.
  • RePEc:boc:msug09:10
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