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Investigation of the Consequences of Partial Aggregation of Micro-Economic Data.
University of Wisconsin-Madison. Social Systems Research Institute.
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Feige, Edgar L & Watts, Harold W, "An Investigation of the Consequences of Partial Aggregation of Micro-Economic Data," Econometrica, Econometric Society, vol.
For this purpose, two criteria are developed for evaluating the analytic consequences of partial aggregation: One measure indicates the degree of divergence or non-conformity between estimates produced by unaggregated data and partially aggregated data; and the other measure pertains to efficiency loss and expresses the fraction of the useful.
An Investigation of the Consequences of Partial Aggregation of Micro-Economic Data (pp. ) Edgar L. Feige and Harold W. Watts DOI: / Feige, EL, Watts, HW An investigation of the consequences of partial aggregation of micro-economic data Econometrica 40 Google Scholar J Choice behavior and its consequences for learning: Book Review: A Cross-Section of Educational ResearchCited by: "An Investigation of the Consequences of Partial Aggregation of Micro-Economic Data," Econometrica, Econometric Society, vol.
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Such aggregation is well-known to be inaccurate, resulting in suboptimal decisions, because of non-linearities (non-zero second partial deriva-tives) in the function g(x,yi).
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