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A General Framework for Panel Data Models with an Application to Canadian Customer-Dialed Long Distance Telephone Service

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  • Hsiao, C.
  • Appelbe, T.W.
  • Dineen, C.R.

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  • Hsiao, C. & Appelbe, T.W. & Dineen, C.R., 1992. "A General Framework for Panel Data Models with an Application to Canadian Customer-Dialed Long Distance Telephone Service," Papers 90-92-15, California Irvine - School of Social Sciences.
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