Can We Trust Cluster-Corrected Standard Errors? An Application of Spatial Autocorrelation with Exact Locations Known
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- Thomas Barrios & Rebecca Diamond & Guido W. Imbens & Michal Kolesár, 2012.
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Keywordsclustered samples; GPS; spatial correlation;
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