Econometrica: Nov 1981, Volume 49, Issue 6

Random Effects, Fixed Effects, Convolution, and Separation

https://doi.org/0012-9682(198111)49:6<1399:REFECA>2.0.CO;2-E
p. 1399-1416

Joseph A. Yahav, Yair Mundlak

A conceptual framework is suggested for integrating fixed effects and random effects models into one framework. In that framework, the pertinent distribution is a convolution of two distributions; one is a degenerate distribution. A method is suggested and analyzed for separating between the two distributions when the second distribution is normal.

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