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st: Panel data with small T(24) and N(14) - how to estimate?


From   Maria Plich <mariahelenaplich@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Panel data with small T(24) and N(14) - how to estimate?
Date   Fri, 27 May 2011 13:14:32 +0200

Dear Statausers,

I am creating model based on panel data which has got relatively small
N (14) and T (24). What is important N represents whole population. I
expect problems with heteroscedasticity within and between panels as
well as cross-sectional and serial correlation. I wonder if use of
generalized least squares (xtgls) to estimate relations between data
is a good idea. If not, could you suggest me something better?

In advance thank you very much for help.

Maria

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