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Haussmann

Georges-Eugène, Baron. 1809--91, French town planner, noted for his major rebuilding of Paris in the reign of Napoleon III
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Hausman test will be applied to identify either the cross section will be fixed or random.
The Lagrange-multiplier and the Hausman tests also favor the fixed effects estimation.
Current study has used Redundant fixed effect test and the Hausman specification test.
"Anyone who in the future will be subject to termination without notice is part of our class," Hausman said.
Hausman called the merger with RE/MAX Suburban a win-win for all involved and an excellent step forward in what already is shaping up to be an active 2016 housing market.
RE/MAX Experts was established in 1987 and has been owned and operated since 2003 by Andee Hausman and Jay Blessent.
James Hausman is the passenger who was injured in November 2011 after being hit by an automatic sliding door aboard Holland America Line's luxury cruise ship Amsterdam.
Dale Basye, Peggy Grant, Stefanie Hausman, Tod Johnston
Building on the analysis in our previous paper (Hausman and Wieland 2014), (1) we show that expansionary monetary policy continued to weaken the yen and raise stock prices in 2014.
Other current NBER research associates who have received the Clark Medal include Daniel McFadden, Martin Feldstein, Joseph Stiglitz, James Heckman, Jerry Hausman, Sanford Grossman, Paul Krugman, Lawrence Summers, David Card, Kevin Murphy, Andrei Shleifer, Steven Levitt, Daran Acemoglu, Susan Athey, Emmanuel Saez, Esther Duflo, Jonathan Levin, Amy Finkelstein, Raj Chetty, and Matthew Gentzkow.
The high point of the CVM debate may have been Diamond and Hausman's (1994) declaration that they prefer no (willingness to pay) number to some number (developed using the CVM) for policy analysis.