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st: RE: interaction regression with panel data

From   Mauro Mastrogiacomo <>
To   "''" <>
Subject   st: RE: interaction regression with panel data
Date   Mon, 25 Jul 2011 14:54:16 +0200

If you have any usual suspect I would first estimate some first stage regressions. If theory suggests that your variable is endogenous you should not ignore it.

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> Dear Listers
> I have panel data on which I am perform a regression including some
> interactions between the independent variables. My fixed effects
> specifaction takes up quite a lot of the variance in my dependent
> variable as a result my R squares is over 80%.
> I think one of my independents is endogenous but have no clue on what
> the vaild instrument variable could be. Is there a way that I can
> conduct this regression without the use of an instrument variable?
> Colin
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