Health Economics

  • F -test A test based on the F -distribution. The F -test is used in economics most usually to test whether the coefficients in a regression with more than two explanatory variables are significantly different from zero. The decision rule is to reject the null hypothesis when estimated F is larger than a critical value, that is, reject the null if the p-value of F is less than 0.05.
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