In biostatistics, fixed-effects may mean population-average effects. In econometrics, fixed-effects may represent the observed quantities in terms of explanatory variables that are treated as if the quantities were non-random.

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How to perform regression with a sensitivity analysis in R

Without using non-base packages like plm, how can I perform a fixed effects regression in R with a sensitivity analysis for one or several other variables? Some ...
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Marginal effect calculation after logistic regression with panel dataset using R

I would like to perform a logit regression with a panel dataset, I know that the pglm package does the job, however, does anyone know if there is a standard package in R that allows me to calculate ...
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What is the difference between FE-PCSE and xtreg, fe in Stata?

Here is a very simple question: On country-level data, I am running two different fixed effect model, using Stata command, but I don't know why not only the estimation of standard errors, but also ...
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group fixed-effects, not individual-fixed effects using plm in R

I am analyzing some data to evaluate the impact (causal effect) of a program that is delivered at group level (a village). The outcome of interest is measured at the individual level (individuals ...
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Hausman test after xtregar negative chi2

I'm performing a Hausman test on panel data to determine whether to choose Random Effects or Fixed Effects for my analysis with AR(1). After performing the test I get a negative $\chi^2$ statistic ...
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Fixed effects in panel data, correlations/coefficients don't add up

I am doing a regression on panel data for firms. The dependent variable is the Marginal revenue product of labour (RPL), i.e. labour productivity, and the independent variable is the average wage of ...
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Goodness of fit for a spatial panel with fixed effects and both spatial lag and spatial error

On a dataset, I performed spatial panel regressions with fixed effects, and with both a spatial lag and a spatial error (both are significant), using package splm in R (Millo and Piras 2012 Journal of ...
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Too many significant dummy variables in fixed-effect panel model

I am doing panel analysis of state drug policies. My data set includes 50 states and ten time points. I am using one-way state fixed-effect models, controlling for heteroskedasticity and ...
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within-MZ twin model using sem in Stata

I'm working with some twin data and would like to estimate something exactly akin to xtreg using sem in Stata. The structure of the data is pretty generic: there's a family id, there's a within family ...
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pggls function in R - weird results

I need to estimate a panel model. I have run the "normal" fixed effects model using plm in R and also wfe. I also wanted to try pggls considering its tolerance of heteroskedasticity and ...
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Modelling Fixed effects in panel data regression models

I was given the following equation: $$\sigma_{it} = \beta_0 + \beta_1 x_i + \beta_2y_i + \beta_3vs_{it} + \beta_4vm_{it} + \sum_{i=1} \gamma_i \alpha_i + \sum_{t=1} \omega_t \phi_t + \epsilon_{it}$$ ...
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cluster-robust standard errors are smaller than unclustered ones in fgls with cluster fixed effects

I'm currently working on some experimental data. The experimental design consists of two treatments. In each treatment, 20 subjects are randomly matched in pairs and participate to a simple game. The ...
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Is subtracting individual means in pre-processing an appropriate alternative to dummy variables for fixed effects panel data estimation?

Is subtracting individuals means during pre-processing of panel data exactly equivalent to including dummy variables for fixed effects estimation? If not, what are the differences, and is there some ...
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2-stage panel model - am I doing it right?

I ran a 2-stage fixed-effects panel model in R. The goal is to find the effect of strategic alliance participation on firm performance. Alliance participation is not random - firms self-select (and ...
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R plm: understand pmodel.response

I need help in understanding the pmodel.response function from the R package plm. So far I have interpreted this as a way to get ...
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REML or ML to compare two mixed effects models with differing fixed effects, but with the same random effect?

Background: Note: My dataset and r-code are included below text I wish to use AIC to compare two mixed effects models generated using the lme4 package in R. Each model has one fixed effect and one ...
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Random and Fixed effect model

Would you explain a practical situation where random effect model is more appropriate than the fixed effect model?
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Difference-in-differences with no pre-treatment?

The typical difference-in-differences estimator (as fixed effects) fits a model of the form $$ y_{it} = \alpha_i + \delta T_{it} + X_{it}'\beta + \epsilon_{it} $$ where $T$ is some treatment that ...
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Include nesting factor as fixed effect in a GLMM

I have the following GLMM: success ~ age + gender + group/task + (1 + group/task|school/subject), family = binomial I want to know whether participants' ...
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A fixed effects regression in Stata that changes when a time invariant variable is included

I am running a fixed effects regression in Stata. If I understood it correctly, a variable that is fixed over time will be omitted from the regression. Hence, it should not influence the regression ...
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Do Bayesians believe in Fixed Effect Models? [duplicate]

Given the Bayesian paradigm, is there actually such a thing as a fixed effects model since Bayesians treat all parameters as random variables?
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What is the upside of treating a factor as random in a mixed model?

I have a problem embracing the benefits of labeling a model factor as random for a few reasons. To me it appears like in almost all cases the optimal solution is to treat all of the factors as fixed. ...
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difference-in-differences with fixed effects

I have two questions related to having fixed effects in the DD model. I have a treatment that occurs at different times (e.g., 2001,2005, etc.). I want to fit a DD model, so I standardize the ...
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Unbalanced panel data: Fixed effects?

I have an unbalanced panel dataset with N=10 firms and T=61 days. Because one variable had values outside the theoretical range I had to constrain my dataset, which left me with only 239 observations. ...
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Is this an example of Pooled OLS on Panel Data?

I am looking at a study that analyzes the effect of an infrastructure index on infant mortality and child mortality rates. The database has (asset) quintile level data for 47 different countries (from ...
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Compare coefficients from two separate panel regressions in Stata

I am trying to compare the coefficients of two panel data regressions with the same dependent variable. What I am aiming at is the following: ...
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Limited dependent variable → ordered probit model with Stata

I have a dependent variable, credit rating, and it is a limited dependent variable. Independent variables are profitability, firm size, stock return, etc. I was advised to use Stata and run ...
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Interpreting fixed effects coefficients with categorical independent variables

I am trying to find out if change in marital status have effect on person's health. I am using 2 data points panel data. My question is, how to interpret fixed coefficients if independent variable ...
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Number of observations in plm package, n, T, N

I am new to R. I am using the plm package to run pooled OLS and Fixed Effect. My data set has 130 countries over 33 years with lots of missing values. My model has ...
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First Differences and Fixed Effects

I'm aware of the fact that first differences and fixed effects are both designed for the same solution -- removing unobserved unit-level effects. However, I'm unclear on what happens when you include ...
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Using first differenced variables in fixed effects model

Deal all, It might be a stupid question but since fixed effects estimator either mean centers the data or uses first differences, is it entirely wrong to take first differences of the data and then ...
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co-twin study regression modelling

I want to conduct a regression analysis on a dataset of identical twins. There is a paper by Carlin et. al. 2005 which reviews the models that are designed for twin studies and includes the Stata ...
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How to estimate a dynamic Tobit model

I have data which correspond to a corner solution. The Tobit-model seems to be adequate for this data. However, I also wants to control for a baseline variable (t-1) and unobserved heterogenity. This ...
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How accurate is F test in panel data

I heard that the F-test is to advice you whether to use fixed effects or pooled OLS. However, I didn't find any details about it in books. Only in a very few studies. What is the hypothesis of the ...
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Analysing regression results

This question is a bit embarrassing, but I do not have much experience of statistical analysis. The problem I have is that the analysis I do of the results in my paper is so meager. My results from a ...
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What is the correct way to deal with multiple fixed effects when dealing with a large number of observations in panel data regression?

I don't have much experience with panel data so I apologize in advance if this sounds ridiculous. Let's say that I am trying to control for individual and temporal fixed effects when running a panel ...
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Using pooled OLS when running a model with panel data?

How bad is it to use pooled OLS instead of fixed effects when you have 7 years of panel data? From what I have understood, the risk is that the coefficients will be correlated with the error term, ...
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Factors contained in the unobserved effect?

I try to study differences in health care cost between counties over a several years period, using a fixed effects model. I use a cost measure as dependent variable and have some demographic, ...
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How can I correct for residual autocorrelation in a fixed effect panel model?

The residuals have an AR(2) structure. Is it appropriate to add AR terms to a fixed-effects panel model?
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Hausman's test for all $\beta$s – comparing FE vs RE models

I fit several two level models in SAS using PROC MIXED: an empty model with multilevel structure (null), a model with a level 2 covariate (partial model), and a ...
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How does including a random effect, change the parameter estimate for a group level covariate?

I'll try and explain where I am getting stuck. I wish to model delay to treatment. I observe patients nested in hospitals. I have a mixture of patient and hospital level covariates. I suspect that ...
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What do I do if my sample for cross sections is not random in a panel regression model?

I am trying to implement a panel regression model, but there is one issue: both fixed effects estimation (FE) and random effects estimation (RE) require that the cross section sample be random. For my ...
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Fixed Effects Gravity Model for forecasting..with time constant variables Stata

I have a large panel data set of global trade flows and I would like to create a model for forecasting between two specific country pairs. I am just having trouble figuring out how to go about it in ...
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Stata's -margins- shows negative predicting value for count model

I am modeling "Innovation" counts over "HHI" and "squared HHI" with fixed effect poisson model. (My sample is unbalanced, small & wide one.) I am aware of that I can use Stata's -margins- command ...
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Specification of panel data

I am trying to find out the best specification for my dataset. I am trying to probe the effectiveness of the special economic zones in Poland in the meaning of growth of the economy in three ...
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Fixed effects analysis in Stata

I have a large data set on which I need to run a fixed effect regression. The two variables that I want to control for: year (2001–2008) and industries (20 types). But I apparently need to set the ...
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panel data - within-group estimate - individual fixed effects retrieved

I am analyzing panel data. First, I have to decide whether to use a random or fixed effect estimator. The Hausman test suggests to use the fixed effect estimator (also named within group estimator). ...
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When to use time dummies in multiple regression

When is it appropriate to use time dummies in multiple regression analysis? I am using pooled ols, random effects model, and fixed effects model. I have a period of 3 years. I don´t know whether it ...
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Trouble Interpreting Fixed Effects and What Features Are Fixed

I have a large panel dataset. It follows a number of schools over 10 years. It is essentially set up as follows: Year School VariableOfInterest ExplanatoryVariable InstrumentForExplanatoryVariable I ...
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question about multi-level modelling with nested data (R/Stata/SPSS)

I have a dataset composed of observations taken from 16 separate experimental panels, each nested into one of 4 conditions (Treatment A Level 1, Treatment A Level 2, Treatment B Level 1, Treatment B ...