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. Levin , A. – Lin , C. – Chu , C. ( 2002 ): Unit Root Tests in Panel Data: Asymptotic and Finite Sample Properties . Journal of Econometrics 108 ( 1 ): 1 – 24 . Lichtenberg

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unemployment. We aim to analyse this relationship on the level of the European Union Member States (EU-28) for the period between 2006 and 2018 using a panel data regression approach. The sample was split into sub-samples in order to get more homogeneous groups

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. J M Wooldridge 2001 Econometric analysis of cross section and panel data MIT Press Cambridge, MA .

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African Countries . Tanzanian Economic Review 1 ( 1-2 ): 44 – 75 . Levin , A. – Lin , C. F. – Chu , C. S. J. ( 2002 ): Unit Root Tests in Panel Data: Asymptotic and Finite

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Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 15 ( 2 ): 7 . Hall , R. E. – Mishkin , F. S. ( 1982 ): The Sensitivity of Consumption to Transitory Income: Estimates from Panel Data on

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types of econometric models have been proposed in empirical studies of the correlation between public expenditures and economic growth. Kneller et al. (1999) applied econometric models to time series panel data for 22 OECD countries for the period 1970

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. E. ( 2010 ): Determinants of International Migration Flows to and from Industrialized Countries: A Panel Data Approach Beyond Gravity . International Migration Review 44 ( 4 ): 899 – 932 . Kureková , L. ( 2013 ): Welfare Systems as Emigration

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Mello , L. R. ( 1999 ): Foreign Direct Investment-Led Growth: Evidence from Time Series and Panel Data . Oxford Economic Papers 51 ( 1 ): 133 – 151 . Earle , J. S

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Destination Choices. European Journal of Population , Vol. 31. No. 2. pp. 127–153. 20 Pânzaru, C. (2013) The Determinants of International Migration. A Panel

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on corporate and personal income affect economic growth in 25 rich OECD countries using panel data for the period 1975–2010, and found that both taxation of corporate and personal income negatively influence economic growth. The empirical analyses of

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