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Re: st: dynamic panel models with fixed effects
After looking at Arellano and Bond (1991) paper, you can use the xtabond
command in stata.
Please look at Arelano-Bond estimates, the paper can be seen in Reveiw
> of Economic Studies, 1991. Estimation of Dynamic Panel data.
> On 08/07/06, Tomislav Kovandzic <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Dear List,
>> I'm working with state panel data for roughly 30 years and estimating a
>> fixed-effects model with a lagged dependent variable on the right-hand
>> side to address autocorrelation. Several colleagues have informed me
>> that including a lagged dependent variables on the RHS when utilizing a
>> fixed-effects model is simply a no-no, i.e. such estimations yield
>> inconsistent estimates. My question is whether the inconsistency dies
>> away as the number of time-periods goes off to infinity? If so, are
>> there any rules of thumb as to how many time periods are needed to
>> mitigate the problems described above. A reference would be much
>> appreciated. If the estimates are inconsistent regardless of the number
>> of time-periods, can someone offer an alternative approach to correcting
>> for autocorrelation when using a fixed-effects model? Would cluster
>> robust standard errors do the trick? Thanks in advance.
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