Errors in Hedonic Modeling Regressions: Compound Indicator Variables and Omitted Variables

Rogers, Warren
April 2000
Appraisal Journal;Apr2000, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p208
Academic Journal
Presents a study which explored the errors in hedonic modeling regressions. Effect of the failure to introduce a potentially influential variable into a regression; Consequence of omitting the third variable in a regression analysis.


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