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Actually the Cambridge controversy sort of affected macroeconomic modeling. As explained in the article that is also linked in one of the comments, the aggregate production function, real business cycle, neoclassical general equilibrium models, and endogenous growth theories can be thought of as an retort to some of the criticism levied by the English side ...


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Stata is not designed specifically for economics. Different disciplines have different conventions. For example, while in economics ** signifies p-value of $0.05$ in physics ** is commonly used for $5\sigma$ significance which corresponds to p values of $0.0000006$ (for two tailed test). Although some papers there avoid the use of stars altogether. You ...


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In such studies, their is no point of "redoing the experiment with larger sample size". This is simply not true. More observations is always better. If you have some non-experimental or quasi-experimental research (lets say on relationship between debt an growth), and due to data limitations you are able to include only 30 western countries with ...


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