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Sat, 4 May 2013 08:25:26 -0700 (PDT)
i need your help guys
i had to test for fixed and random effects using STATA.
I got the following tables which shows that
In "fixed effects" output the signs of the coefficient are totally different
from anticipated signs in theory, additionally some of them are
But in Random effect output the signs are true and they are significant.
when i did Hausman test.. the prob>chi2 was 0.000 which indicates that i
shall use Fixed effect
but as i have mentioned the signs are not as expected and they are not
thank u i advance
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