The Oxford Handbook of Panel Data
Badi Baltagi ()
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The Oxford Handbook of Panel Data examines new developments in the theory and applications of panel data. It includes basic topics like non-stationary panels, co-integration in panels, multifactor panel models, panel unit roots, measurement error in panels, incidental parameters and dynamic panels, spatial panels, nonparametric panel data, random coefficients, treatment effects, sample selection, count panel data, limited dependent variable panel models, unbalanced panel models with interactive effects and influential observations in panel data. Contributors to the Handbook explore applications of panel data to a wide range of topics in economics, including health, labor, marketing, trade, productivity, and macro applications in panels. This Handbook is an informative and comprehensive guide for both those who are relatively new to the field and for those wishing to extend their knowledge to the frontier. It is a trusted and definitive source on panel data, having been edited by Professor Badi Baltagi-widely recognized as one of the foremost econometricians in the area of panel data econometrics. Professor Baltagi has successfully recruited an all-star cast of experts for each of the well-chosen topics in the Handbook. Available in OSO: http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/oso/public/content/oho_economics/9780199940042/toc.html Contributors to this volume - Jushan Bai Badi H. Baltagi Joerg Breitung Georges Bresson Maurice J. G. Bun A. Colin Cameron In Choi Alexander Chudik Peter Egger William Greene Jiaqi Hao Stephanie von Hinke Kessler Scholder Cheng Hsiao Andrew Jones Michael Keane Thomas J. Kniesner Michael Lechner Lung-fei Lee Myoung-jae Lee Qi Li Yuan Liao Erik Meijer Hyungsik Roger Moon Benoit Perron Hashem Pesaran Michael Pfaffermayr Peter C.B. Phillips Vasilis Sarafidis Chenjun Shang Robin C. Sickles Laura Spierdijk Yiguo Sun Pravin K. Trivedi Tom Wansbeek Jisheng Yang Jihai Yu Yu Yvette Zhang James P. Ziliak
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