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A key assumption of regression analysis (or structural equation modeling) is that the modeled independent variables are not endogenous. Yet, the problems of endogeneity are not well known to researchers working in many social sciences disciplines (e.g., management, applied psychology, sociology, etc.). When the independent variable has not been exo…
 
A key assumption of regression analysis (or structural equation modeling) is that the modeled independent variables are not endogenous. Yet, the problems of endogeneity are not well known to researchers working in many social sciences disciplines (e.g., management, applied psychology, sociology, etc.). When the independent variable has not been exo…
 
It is well known that endogeneity leads to inconsistent estimates. Unfortunately, many researchers working outside of economics are not aware of the problem of endogeneity and how to deal with it. Prof. John Antonakis shows how the two-stage least squares (2SLS) estimator recovers causal estimates in the presence of endogeneity (which includes the …
 
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