Analyzing Panel Data, Issue 18
An introduction to a variety of techniques that may be used in the analysis of data from a panel study -- information obtained from a large number of entities at two or more points in time. The focus of this volume is on analysis rather than problems of sampling or design, and its emphasis is on application rather than theory.
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