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SAS Programming Finance

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Job Type: Project
Budget: $ 250-500
Required Skills: Programming
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Location: Coralville, IA, United States
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I need coding done in SAS for a “factor model” analysis along the lines of the famous series of papers by Fama and French (1992, 1993, and 1996). Familiarity with (and, ideally, access to) WRDS and/or CRSP [using PC SAS-Connect, not UNIX] is strongly preferred. Please review the attached PDF file for more details. I need this project completed within 5 days of this post. Thanks in advance for your consideration of my project.

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