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REED: EiR* – Heterogeneity in Two-Way Fixed Effects Models

[* EiR = Econometrics in Replications, a feature of TRN that highlights useful econometrics procedures for re-analysing existing research. The material for this blog is drawn from the recent working paper “Two-way fixed effects estimators with heterogeneous treatment effects” by…

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Do You Use Clustered Standard Errors? You Should Read This

[From the working paper, “How Cluster-Robust Inference Is Changing Applied Econometrics” by James MacKinnon, posted as a Queen’s University Working Paper] “Whenever the observations can plausibly be grouped into a set of clusters, it has become customary, indeed often mandatory,…

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StatTag: A Free Plug-in For Producing Dynamic Documents in Word

[From the StatTag webpage at Northwestern University] “StatTag is a free software plug-in for conducting reproducible research. It facilitates the creation of dynamic documents using Microsoft Word documents and statistical software, such as Stata. Users can use StatTag to embed statistical…

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