Panel regression with multiplicative measurement errors
The paper explores the effect of multiplicative measurement errors on the estimation of a linear panel data model. Multiplicative errors are often used to minimize disclosure risk of micro data. We use unbiased estimating equations to construct consistent and asymptotically normal estimators.
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