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st: estimating variables with constant change at each time period using Fixed Effects model


From   Tat Koon Koh <tkkoh@cmu.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: estimating variables with constant change at each time period using Fixed Effects model
Date   Mon, 7 May 2012 17:11:41 -0400

Using fixed effects (FE) model, can we estimate variables, such as a person's AGE, that change by the same magnitude at each time period? In this case, the change in AGE is constant across all persons over all time periods. So can/should we include AGE into a FE model, particularly if we have t-1 time period dummies or a time trend variable? If we can estimate such a model, how do we interpret the estimate for AGE in relation to the time variable?

Any papers or text that discuss this?  

Thanks!

 
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