The determinants of cumulative endogeneity bias in multivariate analysis
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Keywords62J05 62F12 62F05 Multivariate analysis and parameter estimation Endogeneity bias Sensitivity analysis Simultaneity bias Simultaneous equations bias Specification error Exogeneity t-statistics Diagnostic tests;
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