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Identification of Peer Effects Using Group Size Variation
This paper considers the semiparametric identification of endogenous and exogenous peer effects based on group size variation. We show that Lee (2006)’s linear-in-means model is genericallyExpand
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L'économie locale « résidentielle »
The text aims to present the basic principles of what the author calls the «residential» economy. He recalls that the theoretical basis of this proposal lies in already old concept «theory of theExpand
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La crise qui vient. La nouvelle fracture territoriale
grand d bat national les propositions des petites villes grand d bat national les propositions des petites villes pour lutter contre la fracture territoriale, gilets jaunes quelle place pour les lusExpand
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Empirical Process Results for Exchangeable Arrays
Exchangeable arrays are natural tools to model common forms of dependence between units of a sample. Jointly exchangeable arrays are well suited to dyadic data, where observed random variables areExpand
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Economic and social cohesion in the European Union: the impact of Member States' own policies
This report has focused on two principal categories of government spending that impact on economic and social cohesion in the EU Member States: the automatic transfers induced by government taxationExpand
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Health expenditure models: A comparison using panel data
In this article, we focus on the estimation of outpatient expenditures with panel data. We model the logarithm of expenditures and consider five different models. The first two are two-part andExpand
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More Harm than Good? : Sorting Effects in a Compensatory Education Program
By analyzing a French program that targeted low-achieving and socially disadvantaged junior high schools we provide evidence that school-based compensatory education policies create sorting effects.Expand
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Practical guidelines for the estimation and inference of a dynamic logistic model with fixed-effects
This paper shows how to simply compute one of the estimators proposed by Honore and Kyriazidou (2000), as well as its variance, through a reshaping of the original dataset that is then used in aExpand
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Asymptotic results under multiway clustering
If multiway cluster-robust standard errors are used routinely in applied economics, surprisingly few theoretical results justify this practice. This paper aims to fill this gap. We first prove, underExpand
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