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Questions related to any kind of robust standard error estimation, including but not limited to clusters-robust, heteroscedasticity/autocorrelation-robust, and related standard errors.

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Application of robust Poisson regression

I am applying a Poisson regression with robust standard errors to model a binary response variables. I was wondering what are the assumptions underlying this type of regression? Does robust Poisson ...
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Robust to heteroskedasticity and autocorrelation VIF formula

Classical VIF coefficient calculated using aux regression as $VIF_i = \frac{1}{1 - R^2_i}$. But this formula derived from classical linear model assumptions (spherical matrix of errors) under which $...
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How to compute robust standard errors for a linear mixed effects model with two non-nested random effects?

I asked this question earlier this week but I hadn't really done my research yet or inquired into my error. So my data is heteroscedastic which has necessitated computation of robust standard errors ...
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Aggregating T-statistics and F-statistics across monthly cross-sectional regressions

I am trying to replicate the results in Table V of the paper Individualism and Momentum around the World (2010) by Chui et al. This is attached herewith. Dataset: Dependent variable: Monthly returns ...
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How does the heteroskedasticity-robust SE equal the conservative estimator of SE for sample average treatment effect?

I have been told that the heteroskedasticity-robust standard error of $\hat{\beta}_1$ from an OLS regression with a binary $X_i$: $Y_i = \beta_0 + \beta_1 X_i + u$ should be the same as the ...
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How does Huber compute the $\operatorname{var}(s_n)/E[s_n]^2$ and $\operatorname{var}(d_n)/E[d_n]^2$?

(N.B. I am cross posting this question from math stackexchange since after x days I have still not received any responses.) How does Huber in book 'Robust statistical procedures' in chapter 1 compute ...
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Robust Standard Errors as Remedy for Violation of Assumptions in Multi-Level Model

So I ran a multi-level model using the nlme/lme4 R packages. Testing the assumptions, I found that level 1 as well as level 2 residuals are not normally distributed, also there's heteroscedasticity on ...
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Does PLM package (PGMM function) use Windmeijer-corrected cluster-robust errors? [closed]

I am performing a GMM analysis using the pgmm function in the plm package in R. I read a lot about different errors (nonrobust, ...
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Help with the normality of the residuals of my regression model

I am doing a regression in R on the effects of EU and UN economic sanctions on GDP. My model looks like this: ...
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Why are FGLS standard errors so low when estimating linear regression on panel data?

I am currently writing my master thesis an the effect of academic publication on anomaly returns. The idea is that in finance literature anomaly - factors/portfolios are proposed. After the factor is ...
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Using Fixed Effects Versus First Difference When T = 2 Based on Need for HAC Standard Errors

When T = 2, the fixed effects and first-difference models yield equivalent estimates. However, let's assume you have heteroskedasticity and serial correlation in your errors. With the fixed effects ...
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Clustered data: GEE VS GLM with robust S.E

I am trying to understand the difference between running a GEE with robust S.E., vs running a GLM where robust S.E could be calculated posthoc based on the model output. For example, if one considers ...
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Should I use OLS robust standard errors with FGLS or PSCE?

My sample size is 8 banks over 10 years. There is heteroskedasticity but no serial autocorrelation. I use stata 13.
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Newey-West Standard Errors for a GARCH(p, q) Model

I am working with GARCH models (and analogues) recently and have a serious autocorrelation problem to deal with. I made a research about robust estimation of standard errors for conditional variance ...
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How to correct for serial correlation in an ARDL model without increasing lags?

I'm currently looking to run an ARDL model - I'm able to compute results that show cointegration, however there is serial correlation when I run the Durbin-Watson and Breusch-Godfrey tests. To correct ...
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Clusters in stepped wedge cluster randomized trial

I want to run a stepped wedge cluster randomised trial (link), over $N \sim 1000$ cities during $M = 4$ weeks. When I analyze the data of the experiment, at which level should I define clusters (for ...
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Robustification in lavaan: Difference between M, MV and MVS?

In lavaan, I am running a two-factor CFA on a questionnaire with 28 items, all of which are scored on a 6-point Likert scale. In total I have ~350 participants who completed the questionnaire. Because ...
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Robust standard errors for a Poisson regression with/without an offset

The following is a question posted to Stack Overflow, but the answer is more to-do with statistical theory than software. I am reposting it here because this is a more appropriate venue, and because ...
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Confidence interval from coefficient and robust standard errors

After having run the following regression in Stata regress y x1 x2 ... xn [weight=w], robust I given the following table: Is there a way to get the confidence ...
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Clustered vs. GMM-based standard errors: which ones to use in asset pricing?

This question was posted on Quantitative Finance Stack Exchange a while ago. While it was received positively there and generated a reasonable amount of views, no answers have been posted. Thus I am ...
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How to conduct a power analysis for a linear regression with clustered standard errors?

I would like to conduct a posthoc power analysis for a linear regression model to see the power of my analysis given the effect size I am finding. However, due to the clustering of standard errors, I ...
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How can I estimate robust standard errors for robust estimators? R

I am doing a robust regression and I want to estimate robust standard errors for my regression. I do know how to do a robust regression in R and how to estimate a robust standard errors for a ...
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Sandwich Package is not Working Properly [closed]

The sandwich package in R is not working properly. All of the following methods are giving the same results: Regular standard error Robust (HC1)Standard One way ...
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estimating variance when parameters are estimated

I am trying to understand the sandwich variance estimator. Mainly my confusion is why it is OK to use estimated parameters. I think it boils down to this question. If $f(X_i; \theta),i=1,\ldots,n$ are ...
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Manually calculate robust standard errors of 2SLS regression

I used the "systemfit" function in R to estimate a 2SLS model as it allows to specify the first and second stage separately which is important for my estimation. I need robust standard ...
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When using both Sattertwaite degrees of freedom adjustment AND sandwich estimator of the covariance, how do they interact?

In longitudinal experimental trials, where typically (relatively) small sample number of participants are examined, two solutions are proposed to address two kinds of issues: robust estimator of the ...
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Understand robust se vs naive se from marginal means survival model [duplicate]

I ran a marginal means survival model that included some time-invariant and time-varying covariates (see this post for relevant information). I am trying to understand why the robust standard errors ...
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Cluster robust standard error

$$\bf{y}=\bf{X\beta}+\bf{\epsilon}$$ In asymptotic setting, assume: (a) linearity (b) $\{y_i,\bf{x}_i\}$ ergodic stationarity (c) weak exogeneity $E(\bf{x}_i\epsilon_i)=0$ (d) Rank condition $E(\bf{x}...
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Do I need to test for autocorrelation or normality assumption if I am running the regression with standard errors?

I used OLS regression to estimate a relationship between X and Y with a couple of control variables. However, when I tested for heteroskedasticity with Breusch–Pagan/Cook–Weisberg test, my residuals ...
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Can robust standard errors be less than those from normal OLS?

I'm reading about Robust Standard Error Estimators for Panel Models from the developer of plm R package (Millo, 2017: 21). But my question is not about software. In ...
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how to interpret robustness result

I ran a multivariate meta-analysis to account for dependencies of effect sizes using metafor and then I also applied a robustness check using the ...
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Does using robust standard errors change effect size?

I ran some linear regressions in R using lm, with an interaction term (cat x cat) as the predictor of interest (and also incorporating a covariate). To calculate the effect sizes of the interaction as ...
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HAC estimator in GARCH models

In my time-series class we learned that the HAC estimator is only applicable to correct the standard error (SE) if the underlying series is stationary. Now, GARCH models are unconditionally stationary ...
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Getting confidence interval for prediction from statsmodel Robust Linear model

I'm using statsmodels to fit a statistical model. I have a formula that is fitted like this: ...
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For repeated data, why we don't use just OLS with sandwich SEs but rather GLS or mixed models?

If I have repeated observations and want to summarize the means at each time point, the OLS will give me the true, raw means, while the GLS will give me means dependent on the selected covariance ...
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geeglm: Does as.factor() not work with corstr=fixed?

(See "Edits" at the bottom for partial resolution.) I am interested in generating point estimates for each cluster in my data using geeglm.  However, when I use as.factor() over the ...
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Matching using R -- complex design with repeated controls

I am seeking help on using Matching with R on a particular data structure. I reproduce below the general idea how the data looks like. I have a "pool of control" units that I want to re-used ...
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Robust standard errors for mixed effects models in R

I understand that you cannot fit a glmer(via "lme4") then test using robust SE estimator. Ie ...
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Which standard errors?

I'm working on a project with panel data and decided to use the fixed effect model, because the hausmann test p-value < 0,05. No I wonder ho do I know, which standard errors should I use? There are ...
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difference between standard error and robust standard error

What is the difference between standard error vs robust standard error? How is the robust standard error calculated in the Generalized Estimating Equation context?
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Is there a method for estimating heteroskedasticity-robust standard errors for a Heckman/heckit model in R?

I am trying to figure out how to estimate a Type II Tobit/Heckman/heckit model in R and extract heteroskedasticity robust standard errors. It would be nice if the standard errors were robust for both ...
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Country fixed effects and clustered robust standard errors for logistic regression

I'm wondering if in the same analysis I can use countries as fixed effect and as a cluster for the robust standard errors. Background: I'm running a multivariate logistic regression with the ...
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HAC standard errors: small-sample correction

The Python package statsmodels provides a use_correction option when computing HAC standard errors for an OLS model, which ...
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How to compute sandwich estimator with QMLE and Poisson regression in R (using glmrob package)

I am trying to applying a sandwich estimator to a Poisson regression with QMLE in R, where I used the glmrob function. The code I am using looks like: ...
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are zero-variance random effects generated by robustlmm, of the sort that generate IsSingluar warnings in lme4, a problem?

I am modeling data I described here. I have stopped treating clusters individually and have since averaged them, so now I have three experimental conditions, Type, Relevance, and Taught. Type has ...
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Correcting for Heteroscedasticity in multiple imputed datasets

I have a question regarding the homogeneity of variance in three regression models of diffrent datasets belonging to the same multiple imputed data. As I used multiple imputation I have to check ...
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What is the effect of robust estimators of covariance variance (Newey-West) on the VAR model?

What will change in VAR model if I will introduce robust estimators of covariance variance (Newey-West)? Will only the interpretations change and the properties of the model remain the same? Or maybe ...
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"Fixed effects" Cox proportional hazards model for interval censored data with strata in R

I have a large data set where some observation-periods are right censored (no event observed), others are interval censored (event observed but timing is uncertain), and some events fall into the ...
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Estimating robust variance without cluster id in survival model

I built a survival model with coxph. I have a large dataset (1 000 000 instances) and the global model is not proportional. It cannot be improved by introducing time-dependent coefficients or ...
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Clustering standard errors for difference in difference

I am running a difference in difference to examine the effect of a merger on petrol prices. I am looking to see whether the prices of company A have increased due to a merger with company B. Local ...
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