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1 100/2 統計系 鄧文舜 教授 期刊論文 發佈 A Smooth Coefficient Quantile Regression Approach to the Social Capital-Economic Growth Nexus , [100-2] :A Smooth Coefficient Quantile Regression Approach to the Social Capital-Economic Growth Nexus期刊論文A Smooth Coefficient Quantile Regression Approach to the Social Capital-Economic Growth NexusDeng, Wen-shuenn; Lin, Yi-chen; Gong, Jin-guo淡江大學統計學系; 淡江大學經濟學系Semiparametric methods; Kernel smoothing; Smooth coefficient; Quantile regression; Social capital; Economic growthAmsterdam: Elsevier BV * North-HollandEconomic Modelling 29(2), pp.185-197This analysis assesses the role of social capital in generating heterogeneity in growth processes across U.S. counties by estimating growth regressions, using the novel semiparametric smooth coefficient quantile regression method in which parameters are unspecified functions of a measure of social capital. The results indicate substantial differences across the quantiles of economic growth in the profile shapes of the coefficient estimates over the level of social capital. Moreover, the coefficient function estimates are highly nonlinear over the level
2 100/2 經濟系 林亦珍 教授 期刊論文 發佈 A Smooth Coefficient Quantile Regression Approach to the Social Capital-Economic Growth Nexus , [100-2] :A Smooth Coefficient Quantile Regression Approach to the Social Capital-Economic Growth Nexus期刊論文A Smooth Coefficient Quantile Regression Approach to the Social Capital-Economic Growth NexusDeng, Wen-shuenn; Lin, Yi-chen; Gong, Jin-guo淡江大學統計學系; 淡江大學經濟學系Semiparametric methods; Kernel smoothing; Smooth coefficient; Quantile regression; Social capital; Economic growthAmsterdam: Elsevier BV * North-HollandEconomic Modelling 29(2), pp.185-197This analysis assesses the role of social capital in generating heterogeneity in growth processes across U.S. counties by estimating growth regressions, using the novel semiparametric smooth coefficient quantile regression method in which parameters are unspecified functions of a measure of social capital. The results indicate substantial differences across the quantiles of economic growth in the profile shapes of the coefficient estimates over the level of social capital. Moreover, the coefficient function estimates are highly nonlinear over the level
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