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st: Good Practices reporting Dynamic Panel Data results

From   Pablo Esteban Jimenez <>
To   "" <>
Subject   st: Good Practices reporting Dynamic Panel Data results
Date   Thu, 17 Feb 2011 19:03:58 +1100

Dear Statalisters,

I am wondering if some of you know about certain rules to publish results when using Dynamic Panel Data estimators obtained by STATA. 
I am sure that some of you are referees in world class journals and I would like to know what the general rules are when presenting results.
Maybe my request is a too far shot but it would be nice if someone could shed on light regarding this issue.

I have read Roodman's papers and some empirical papers in good journals but I cannot find a "policy" or a "good practice guide"  for submitting results. 
Thus, if someone can refer to a particular publication, I will be very appreciative.

Best regards,

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