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Datos De Panel En Probit Dinámicos

  • Jhon James Mora


Este artículo discute en primer lugar dos problemas fundamentales en datos de panel: Las condiciones iniciales y la exogeneidad. En segundo lugar, muestra una aplicación al mercado laboral español de un modelo probit dinámico en el cual se encuentra que el efecto positivo y significativo de la educación de la mujer sobre la probabilidad de participar encontrado por Llorente (2002), Cañada (1989), Martinez-Granado (1994) y González, Pérez y Prieto (1999) también es positivo y significativo en el caso de mujeres que recibieron una herencia, regalo o lotería.

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Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD ICESI in its series BORRADORES DE ECONOMÍA Y FINANZAS with number 002247.

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Date of creation: 01 Jun 2006
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Handle: RePEc:col:000130:002247
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  1. Arellano, M & Carrasco, R, 1996. "Binary Choice Panel Data Models with Predetermined Variables," Papers 9618, Centro de Estudios Monetarios Y Financieros-.
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