References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 22 references in this bibliography folder.

Reed, W and Ye, H (2011).
Which Panel Data Estimator Should I Use?
Applied Economics, forthcoming.

Chen, X, Lin, S, and Reed, W (2010).
A Monte Carlo Evaluation of the PCSE Estimator
Applied Economics Letters, 17(1):7-10.

Congleton, R and Bose, F (2010).
The Rise of the Modern Welfare State, Ideology, Institutions and Income Security: Analysis and Evidence
Public Choice, 144(3-4):535-555.

Kebede, E, Kagochi, J, and Jolly, C (2010).
Energy Consumption and Economic Development in Sub-Sahara Africa
Energy Economics, 32(3):532-537.

Reed, W and Webb, R (2010).
The PCSE Estimator is Good – Just Not as Good As You Think
Journal of Time Series Econometrics, 2(1):Article 8.

Stallmann, J and Deller, S (2010).
Impacts of Local and State Tax and Expenditure Limits on Economic Growth
Applied Economics Letters, 17(7):645-648.

Commerce, UD (2009).
Summary Personal Income and Disposable Income
Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Roll, R, Schwartz, E, and Subrahmanyam, A (2009).
Options Trading Activity and Firm Valuation
Journal of Financial Economics, 94(3):345-360.

Bureau, UC (2008).
Annual Surveys of State and Local Government Finance
US Census Bureau.

Cameron, A, Gelbach, J, and Miller, D (2008).
Bootstrap-Based Improvements for Inference with Clustered Errors
Review of Economics and Statistics, 90(3):414-427.

Jennrich, R (2008).
Nonparametric Estimation of Standard Errors in Covariance Analysis Using the Infinitesimal Jackknife
Psychometrika, 73(4):579-594.

Cameron, A, Gelbach, J, and Miller, D (2006).
Robust Inference with Multi-Way Clustering
National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER Technical Working Paper(327), Cambridge, MA.

Breunig, R (2002).
Bias Correction for Inequality Measures: An Application to China and Kenya
Applied Economics Letters, 9(12):783-786.

Heston, A, Summers, R, and Aten, B (2002).
Penn World Table Version 6.1
Center for International Comparisons, University of Pennsylvania.

Sunil, S (2002).
A Jackknife Maximum Likelihood Estimator for the Probit Model
Applied Economics Letters, 9(2):73-74.

Fölster, S and Henrekson, M (2001).
Growth Effects of Government Expenditure and Taxation in Rich Countries
European Economic Review, 45(8):1501-1520.

Wasylenko, M (1997).
Taxation and Economic Development: The State of the Economic Literature
New England Economic Review, March/April 1997:37-52.

Beck, N and Katz, J (1995).
What to Do (and What Not to Do) With Time-Series Cross-Secton Data
American Political Science Review, 89(3):634-647.

Mankiw, N (1995).
The Growth of Nations
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 26(1995-1):373-431.

Schucany, W and Sheather, S (1989).
Jackknifing R-estimators
Biometrika, 76(2):393-398.

Helms, J (1985).
The Effect of State and Local Taxes on Economic Growth: A Time Series-Cross Section Approach
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 67(4):574-582.

Parks, R (1967).
Efficient Estimation of a System of Regression Equations When Disturbances Are Both Serially and Contemporaneously Correlated
Journal of the American Statistical Association, 62(318):500-509.