Identi fi cation and estimation of ‘ irregular ’ correlated random coe ffi cient models

@inproceedings{Graham2008IdentiFC,
  title={Identi fi cation and estimation of ‘ irregular ’ correlated random coe ffi cient models},
  author={Bryan Graham and James L. Powell},
  year={2008}
}
In this paper we study identification and estimation of the causal effect of a small change in an endogenous regressor on a continuously-valued outcome of interest using panel data. We focus on average effects, over either the full population distribution of unobserved heterogeneity (the average partial effect, APE), or over subpopulations defined by their regressor values (local average responses, LARs). In our primary model the outcome of interest varies linearly with a (scalar) regressor… CONTINUE READING
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