feisr (1.0.1)

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Estimating Fixed Effects Individual Slope Models.

https://github.com/ruettenauer/feisr
http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/feisr

Provides the function feis() to estimate fixed effects individual slope (FEIS) models. The FEIS model constitutes a more general version of the often-used fixed effects (FE) panel model, as implemented in the package 'plm' by Croissant and Millo (2008) . In FEIS models, data are not only person "demeaned" like in conventional FE models, but "detrended" by the predicted individual slope of each person or group. Estimation is performed by applying least squares lm() to the transformed data. For more details on FEIS models see Bruederl and Ludwig (2015, ISBN:1446252442); Frees (2001) ; Polachek and Kim (1994) ; Wooldridge (2010, ISBN:0262294354). To test consistency of conventional FE and random effects estimators against heterogeneous slopes, the package also provides the functions feistest() for an artificial regression test and bsfeistest() for a bootstrapped version of the Hausman test.

Maintainer: Tobias Ruettenauer
Author(s): Tobias Ruettenauer [aut, cre], Volker Ludwig [aut]

License: GPL (>= 2)

Uses: aod, Formula, plm, Rdpack, testthat, texreg

Released about 1 month ago.


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