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

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): Factors Affecting the Evolution of Renewable Electricity Generating Capacities: A Panel Data Analysis of European Countries . International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 8 ( 5 ): 161 – 172

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methodologically the most similar to this study as they also use the Heckman sample selection model using panel data. 4 Data 4.1 Sample This study uses data from the Korea Longitude Study of Ageing (KLOSA). The data was collected by the Korea Employment Information

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-country or panel data and made use of GDP as the dependent variable. The selection of variables for this study took these empirical studies into consideration; however, our final model is based on the objectives of this study and the availability of data. We

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endogeneity bias since the unobserved panel-level effects can be correlated with the lags of the dependent variable. One can use the dynamic panel data system estimator developed by Arellano-Bover/Blundell-Bond, using GMM estimation on first differenced

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. ( 2013 ): Internal Debt and Multinational Profit Shifting: Empirical Evidence from Firm-Level Panel Data . National Tax Journal 66 ( 1 ): 63 - 96 . 10.17310/ntj.2013.1.03 Bradbury , D. – Hanappi , T. – Moore , A. ( 2018 ): Estimating the

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The calculations were based on the panel data of the EPC (Economic Policy Committee) OGWG (Output Gap Working Group) database. The former provides detailed data on potential growth and its factors, including quantity of labour and productivity. Based

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, even though the method is quite limited in capturing longer-term effects. Our model is based on Falagiarda and Reitz (2015) . These authors employed a similar set of panel data to examine the impact of the ECBs quantitative easing programs. They

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