Modelos de regresión de datos panel y su aplicación en la evaluación de impactos de programas sociales

Perazzi, Josefa Ramoni; Merli, Giampaolo Orfandoni
January 2013
Revista Telos;ene-abr2013, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p119
Academic Journal
The continuity of social projects and programs depends largely on whether they fulfill their stated objectives and on the magnitude of their impact. This explains the importance of assessing impact, which could be based on different types of data. Particularly, panel data provides information about time and space that, even though it may be relatively expensive and not always viable, permits a deep analysis of the project's impact on the community, controlling for non-observable, inherent factors for the individual and the region where he lives. This paper introduces the use of fixed and random effect panel data models as a tool to assess social programs.


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