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I am trying to replicate a table and in one of the notes it's written that 'standard errors are adjusted to account for the within-analyst correlation of the observations' I am running my regressions in Matlab and obtaining normal SEs. I have been searching how to adpat my SEs to this specific situation and what's the meaning of it but I have not been successful. Can someone please help me? Thank you.

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IMHO, it simply means that within-analyst cluster correlation should be included when applying the regression model. Try GEE.

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