Extreme bounds analysis

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Studies with the keyword Extreme bounds analysis:

studies lacking replication:


replicated studies:

  • Stefan Fölster, Magnus Henrekson. Growth effects of government expenditure and taxation in rich countries (EER 2001).
    JEL codes: E62, H20, H50, O23, O40. Methods: Ordinary least squares (OLS), Two-stage least squares (2SLS), Instrumental variable (IV), Extreme bounds analysis Software: -
    Data availability unknown; Readme availability unknown; Code availability unknown
    Replicated study: Jonas Agell, Henry Ohlsson, Peter Skogman Thoursie. EER 2006.
    JEL codes: E62, H20, H50, 057. Keywords: Economic growth, Public sector, Cross-country regressions, Panel regressions
    Data: -. Type: reproduction (new methods). Result: failed (different results). Call into question: yes. Replication authors statement: -.

replications:


Below are the studies lacking replication with method Extreme bounds analysis.


Below are the replicated studies with method Extreme bounds analysis.

  • Stefan Fölster, Magnus Henrekson. Growth effects of government expenditure and taxation in rich countries (EER 2001).
    JEL codes: E62, H20, H50, O23, O40. Methods: Ordinary least squares (OLS), Two-stage least squares (2SLS), Instrumental variable (IV), Extreme bounds analysis Software: -
    Data availability unknown; Readme availability unknown; Code availability unknown
    Replication: Jonas Agell, Henry Ohlsson, Peter Skogman Thoursie. EER 2006.
    JEL codes: E62, H20, H50, 057. Keywords: Economic growth, Public sector, Cross-country regressions, Panel regressions
    Data: -. Type: reproduction (new methods). Result: failed (different results). Call into question: yes. Replication authors statement: -.

Below are the replications with method Extreme bounds analysis.

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