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Panel data are multi-dimensional data involving measurements over time where observations are for the same subjects each time.

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Stochastic Frontier Analysis (SFA) in Stata: Technical Efficiency Estimates

I am prepared to look quite the fool, but hopefully you can help me. I am trying to perform Stochastic Frontier Analysis on a balanced panel dataset by estimating the following model: I think the ...
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Interaction term between lagged and non lagged variable Fixed/Random effect model

I am analyzing a panel dataset. I am wondering if I could use an interaction of a lagged variable ( one time step behind) and a non lagged variable ( both continuos indipendent variables) and still ...
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GDP per Capita in Panel Data: Must the base year be the same for all cross-sections?

I'm trying to run a small project using time series in panel data. One of the variables used is the GDP per capita for a few countries (the countries are the cross-sections). Is there a problem if the ...
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R's felm() fixed effects vs. factor() within lm()

I am wondering why using felm's fixed effect option versus using the factor() function is different? I was under the impression they were one in the same? I am running a panel regression where i is ...
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Panel Ardl parameters [closed]

I want to find long term relationship between the variables by using panel ardl. My cross section is 3 and time series is 17 years. Parameters that is independent variables are 8. Can I use panel ardl ...
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graph of dependent variable after years of restructuring in panel data

i'm not very able to use stata. For my thesis, I have a panel data(1970-2017) for different countries and a lot of variables. In this dataset, there is a dummy (dhairendH) that is equal to one in the ...
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Fixed Effects Model Interpretation

$$\ln(\text{pay})_{itj}= \alpha_{ij} + \beta\ln(\text{performance})_{jt} + \gamma X_{ijt} + T_t + ε_{ijt}$$ This fixed effects model was used to investigate the link between pay-performance throughout ...
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Error in cbind(yX1[[i]], V1) : number of rows of matrices must match (see arg 2) in r

I estimated a gmm model using pgmm() of the plm package, but received the following error term: ...
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How to choose between fixed and random effects using economic intuition?

In class, our professor said that when it comes to deciding between estimating panel regression with fixed and random effects we should not just blindly follow the Hausman test, but also think about ...
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Up-to-date survey of panel data models

I am looking for an up-to-date survey paper or a book chapter on panel data models. I know there are excellent textbooks out there like Wooldridge "Econometric analysis of cross section and ...
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Random Effects Model with Only Time-variant Independent variable

I'm trying to estimate a panel with random effects where the dependent variable depends on time and id; and the independent variable depends only on id. However, the results that I'm getting are ...
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Skepticism about the claims of instrument variable validity/exclusion through a statistical test—the Arellano-Bond Test

I am an applied researcher and occasionally come across papers that have panel data and that use dynamic models with both a fixed-effects term and lagged DV (or multiple autoregressive terms): $y_{it} ...
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Dummy Variables in Panel data

I am building a regression model on some panel data of sales and I am rather new to econometrics. I was thinking of introducing some indipendent variables built as Dummy1*Dummy2 . Is this new ...
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Modelling the effect of crisis on unemployment

We want to estimate the effect of crises on a country's unemployment rate and distinguish the strength of this effect according to the debt level in a country (i.e. via the interaction effect crisis x ...
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How can I obtain monthly unemployment by ethnicity by state for the US?

Grateful for any help, thoughts and direction.
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Trade-off between “extent of controls” and “quasi-experimental”

I apologize in advance for a long and possibly misworded question. I am trying to get to something but I am not exactly sure how to explain it. Hopefully, you can bear with me and provide me with some ...
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Missing trade and FDI data in Time Series

I want to run a panel VARX and some of my variables are bilateral trade and between countries in sub-Saharan Africa and China as well as FDI. Unfortunately the data I could find from official Chinese ...
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How to solve duplicate couples error in unbalanced dataset

I am trying to perform a regression on unbalanced panel data in R. In order to set the data as panel data, I use the following code: ...
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Panel data with state-invariant exogenous value?

I am beginner in panel data. I would like to do a simple regression with a panel of countries for each period but only one (global) exogenous variable in each period (some like that y_{i,t}=x_t). I ...
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model design - fixed effects model for paired differences

I have two panels. One panel that consists of an economic indicator variable across firms and years. The second panel consists of the same economic indicator variable across the same firms and years. ...
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How can I add fixed-effect constant variable in Stata?

I want to test a model like this: alpha denotes full set of country fixed effects and delta denotes full set of year fixed effects in the article in which this model is used. My model is similar to ...
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How to fit data in DSGE?

I'm completely new to these models. So after I specified steady-state equations, how do I fit my existing time series. In Bayesian approach do I just need to find prior mean, std error and ...
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How to interpret fixed effect regression R-sq. results for panel data?

I runned a fixed effect regression in Stata (xtreg, fe) for panel data. I obtained below R-sq. results. How should I interpret them? Which one is my main interest(within,below or overall)? How can I ...
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How to interprete independence between treatment indicator and outcomes?

In Woodridge's textbook "Econometric Analysis of Cross Section and Panel Data", page 907, it says ...the treatment indicator $w$ is statistically independent of ($y_0$, $y_1$), as would occur when ...
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Probit with panel data - assumptions violated with endogenous covariate?

I am trying to understand how does the fact that a regressor is endogenous (as a result of reverse causality) in a dynamic probit model violate any assumptions that I may need to make for this model. ...
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Interpretation of dummy variable : Random Effects Model

I am running a RE regression and I have export similarity index between two countries as the dependent variable and have a dummy variable such as share a border(=1 if countries share border, 0 ...
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Evaluating the impact of US federal grants

There are a number of challenges with evaluating the impact/effectiveness of federal grants in the U.S. In particular, it's easy to obtain a (somewhat comprehensive) record of transactions between ...
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Linear Probability Model Instead of Logit in Fixed Effects Regression

In our panel data analysis we estimated a fixed effects linear probability model (LPM) instead of a fixed effects logit regression because our sample size was quite small (600 individuals) and the ...
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Handling large percentage of zero-valued observations in the dependent variable in a panel dataset

I am writing a paper using a panel dataset in which my depepent variable has an large percentage amount of zero values observations. Those zero values are real zeros, I mean they are not missing data ...
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Merging Panel data with two different splits. Is it possible?

I have two data frames with panel data. The first contains data on companies on a yearly basis. The layout is as below: ...
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How do I adjust for heterogeneous labor markets when calculating the wage premium?

I have a dataset with mean and median wages for particular geographic areas around the United States. I am interested in calculating the wage premium between some areas. I can already do a simple ...
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Dealing with Missing Values in Diff-in-Diff Estimation

To preface this, I am asking this question on the Econ SE because I was made aware on Cross Validated that Difference in Difference estimation is quite an economics specific method. The picture above ...
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How to run Panel data analysis when data on the dependent variable is on a 5 year interval basis and that on independent variable is on yearly basis?

I am reading a paper which empirically tests if primary exports affect education attainment in LAC countries over the period 1965 to 2010. It uses percentage of secondary school enrollment as ...
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What are the statistical tests I need to perform before I regress GDP on multiple variables?

I'm using data over 10 countries for the period 1975 to 2010. My objective is to check if the chosen regressors have significant effect on GDP. I have very basic knowledge of econometrics which I ...
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Can I treat pooled cross-section as panel data and do regression analysis?

I work with a large survey data that is pooled cross-section, i.e, people interviewed are randomly chosen in each time period. This is not panel data. But, I aggregate the individual cells according ...
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Data of Inflation and unemployment for a Panel Data

I am looking for data of Inflation and unemployment to run a Panel Data of a Philips Curve. Can anybody help me with some website/source that I can find data like these? In my mind I would need too ...
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Regarding some econometric problems

How do I know the specification in (3.2) is a chi-square distribution with df k-1? and why is it the case that the asymptotic variance of $\hat{\beta}_{FD}- \hat{\beta}_{OLS}$ is simply the ...
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How to know when survivorship bias is a problem

I have panel data where firms disappear from failure and mergers. Conditional on existing as a stand alone firm, I observe all firms. However, I am differencing two periods (Late - Early), and the ...
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How to determine correct fixed effects in linear regression model using unbalanced paneldata

I am currently working on a research project regarding the introduction of mandatory earnings guidance regulation in multiple countries within a time span of 10 years (staggered adoption). As I can ...
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What is a good proxy for government quality?

Is it ok to use corruption as a proxy for government quality?
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How to perform unbalanced panel data regression in R?

I am attempting to perform an unbalanced panel data regression in R. My code is as follows: ...
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Cross-sectional model vs panel model

I have an unbalanced panel dataset of around 3000 firms for 5 years. My goal is to see if female-owned firm are less likely to survive, so I have a logit model with female-owned dummy as the key ...
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Fixed Effects: Identifying coefficient for interaction term with a constant

Suppose I have a regression of the form: $$ Y_{it}=\beta X_{it}+\beta_{2}X_{it}\times D_{i}+\alpha_{i}+\epsilon_{it} $$ In the above, we have information by country-year on $Y_{it}$ and two ...
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Endogeneity problem with a dummy variable

I have a panel data model as following, $$Y_{it}=intercept +B_1X_{it}+B_2Q_{it}+error_{it}$$ where $i$ is for firm and $t$= time. $Y$= trade credit demand, $X$= inventory cycle, as inventory ...
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Difference-in-differences with long time horizon and repeated treatments

I have a high-frequency panel dataset on the order of $i=150$ and $t=5000$. I am interested in studying the causal impact of a treatment with the following characteristics: The same unit can be ...
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How to treat different frequencies of a time series data?

I have annual GDP, annual CPI, monthly exchange rate, and monthly export data. I would like to go for estimation being monthly stock return as the dependent variable. What are the methods to treat the ...
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Fixed Effects Estimation and Inconsistency

Consider estimation of the following population regression function: $G{Y_{it}} = {\beta _0} + {\beta _1}IN{F_{it}} + {\beta _2}DE{M_i} + {\beta _3}POI{L_t} + {\varepsilon _{it}}$ Where: $GY_{it}$ = ...
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How do I measure effects over years in panel data with individuals?

I'm working with a longitudinal panel dataset that surveys the same few thousand individuals biennially and I have six years of this data. My dependent variable would be how much individuals spend on ...
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Panel Data and Forecasting

I have balanced panel data for around 130 countries, over three years. I ran a fixed effects regression using 'country' as my panel variable, and adding dummies for 'year'. I want to forecast the ...
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Publishing fixed and random effects in one model

I am a health economist working with panel data for a paper I am working on, I use Hausman tests to determine if I should use fixed or random effects estimators in my analysis. For some outcomes ...