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Pooling Issues And Methods In Regression Analysis With Examples In Marketing Research

F. Bass, D. Wittink
Published 1975 · Business, Mathematics

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The existence of multiple observations within several cross sections gives rise to both opportunities and problems in the application of regression analysis. In this article the issues associated with the decision of whether or not to pool the data for purposes of estimation are explored and examples of marketing applications are provided.
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