Differences between fixed effects and redundant fixed effects tests

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Differences between fixed effects and redundant fixed effects tests

Postby TML » Tue Jun 26, 2018 4:21 pm

Hi all, i am quite new to Eviews. i tried to run the fixed effects model based on the guideline in Eviews and from Brooks (2012) book, then i found out that the result are different when i run Panel least squares (i choose fixed effects on Panel options) compared to Redundant Fixed effects - likelihood ratio test. May anyone please help to explain me about this difference? if possible, is there any useful link to guide how to run fixed effects in Eviews? Also, is there any link for results interpretation?

Your prompt responses are highly appreciated.
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TML

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