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Of Nickell Bias, Cross-Sectional Dependence, and Their Cures: Reply

  • Khusrav Gaibulloev (a1), Todd Sandler (a2) and Donggyu Sul (a2)
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Beck, N., Katz, J. N., and Mignozzetti, U. 2014. Of Nickell bias and its cures: Comment on Gaibulloev, Sandler, and Sul. Political Analysis 22: 274–8.
Gaibulloev, K., Sandler, T., and Sul, D. 2014. Dynamic panel analysis under cross-sectional dependence. Political Analysis 22: 258–73.
Horowitz, J. L. 2001. The bootstap. In Handbook of econometrics, vol. 5, eds. Heckman, J. J. and Leamer, E. E., 3159–228. Amsterdam: North-Holland.
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Of Nickell Bias, Cross-Sectional Dependence, and Their Cures: Reply

  • Khusrav Gaibulloev (a1), Todd Sandler (a2) and Donggyu Sul (a2)
  • In response to commentaries on:

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