A Semiparametric Model for Heterogeneous Panel Data with Fixed Effects


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KÖRBER, Lena, Oliver LINTON, Michael VOGT, 2013. A Semiparametric Model for Heterogeneous Panel Data with Fixed Effects

@unpublished{Korber2013Semip-26412, title={A Semiparametric Model for Heterogeneous Panel Data with Fixed Effects}, year={2013}, author={Körber, Lena and Linton, Oliver and Vogt, Michael} }

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