Testing for Structural Change in Panel Data: Application to a Study of U.S. Foreign Trade in Manufacturing Goods
AbstractA multivariate cusum test, along with extensions for partitioned parameters, serial correlation, and error components, is developed for panel data analysis. These techniques are then applied to a study of U.S. foreign trade in manufacturing goods examining changes in the determinants, i.e., the relationships between the factor contents and the net exports. Copyright 1989 by MIT Press.
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Volume (Year): 71 (1989)
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