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3–4 285 291 . Wooldridge , J. M. and Semykina , A. ( 2005 ): Estimating panel data models in the presence of endogeneity and selection: Theory and application

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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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22 27 Van de Stadt, H. — Kapteyn, A. — Van de Geer, S. (1985): The Relativity of Utility: Evidence from Panel Data. Review of Economics and Statistics , 67: 7

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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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53 59 Michaelas, N. — Chittenden, F. — Poutziouris, P. (1999): Financial Policy and Capital Structure Choice in UK SMEs: Empirical Evidence from Company Panel Data. Small

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, H. L. F. — Nahuis, R. (2003): Fertile Soil for Structural Funds? A Panel Data Analysis of the Conditional Effectiveness of European Cohesion Policy. Utrecht School of Economics, Tjalling C. Koopmans Research Institute, Discussion Paper Series

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, M. — Roper, S. (2008): Openness and Innovation: Home and Export Demand Effects on Manufacturing Innovation: Panel Data Evidence for Ireland and Switzerland. KOF Working Papers , No. 210. Available at (13/01/2013): http

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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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): The quality of American life: perceptions, evaluations, and satisfactions. Russell Sage Foundation, New York. Clark, A. (2003): Unemployment as a social norm: psychological evidence from panel data. Journal of Labor

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