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st: RE: fixed effects and random effects
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> Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2004 12:00 PM
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> Subject: st: fixed effects and random effects
> Two, I have an unbalanced panel data in which the
> number of observations per firm ranges from 1 to 60.
> Would this lead to any bias in my fixed effects
> estimates, especially since some firms have only 1
> observation? If so, how do I get around the problem?
No, it is not a problem. Singletons provide information about the constant,
the variance components, the between R-sq, the overall R-sq and the
correlation between the u_i and xb.
See David Drukker's post at:
Hope this helps,
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