Estimation of Fixed Effects Dynamic Panel Data Models

Cheng Hsiao discusses the pros and cons of using the conditional mean approach of Mundlak and Chamberlain and the linear difference approach to deal with the incidental parameters issue in estimating fixed effects dynamic panel data models. Image courtesy of Cheng Hsiao.

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