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Effects of high CO2 on the fixed nitrogen inventory of the Western English Channel

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Appropriate Assessment of Neighborhood Effects on Individual Health: Integrating Random and Fixed Effects in Multilevel Logistic Regression

Efficient Estimation of Time-Invariant and Rarely Changing Variables in Finite Sample Panel Analyses with Unit Fixed Effects

Effects of temperature and haematocrit on the relationships between blood flow velocity and blood flow in a vessel of fixed diameter

 

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A panel data regression model in which it is assumed that unobserved heterogeneity is either constant over time for every cross-sectional unit (group-specific fixed effects) or constant across the units at every time period (time-specific fixed effects). This unobserved heterogeneity can be removed by subtracting the mean (over time in the former and across units in the latter case) from each observation, or by introducing binary variables indicating the cross-sectional unit in the former or time period in the latter case. See also between-groups estimator; random effects.

Subjects: Economics.


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