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I'm doing a meta-analysis about tax avoidance (like this: https://poseidon01.ssrn.com/delivery.php?ID=773124118097097112026021084101070065057081049043000029071006125069008075110096091085056017039010001111005112083088091099005014043087058092007066066090095010095064072083023102011069127091088109120116077066117125108114106108096000028091099107104111095&EXT=pdf) and to compare different studies I need semi-elasticities. Sometimes they are directly given in the studies but often I have to transform the reported effects at sample means to get the semi-elasticity. My question is how I get the standard error of the transformed semi-elasticity? Greetings

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