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SUMMARY:Xavier d'Haultfoeuille (CREST-ENSAE) - “Two-way fixed effects estimators with heterogeneous treatment effects”\, joint work with Clément de Chaisemartin (UCSB)
DESCRIPTION:\nThe Microeconometrics Seminar: Every Tuesday at 12:15 pm. \nTime: 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm\nDate: 22nd of April 2018\nPlace: Room 3001. \nXavier d’Haultfoeuille (CREST-ENSAE) – “Two-way fixed effects estimators with heterogeneous treatment effects”\, joint work with Clément de Chaisemartin (UCSB) \nAbstract: Two-way fixed effects regressions including time and group dummies are very popular. In a model where the effect of the treatment is constant across groups and over time\, such regressions identify the treatment effect of interest under the standard “common trends” assumption. But these regressions have not been analyzed yet allowing for treatment effect heterogeneity. We study two commonly used two-way fixed effects regressions. We start by showing that without assuming constant treatment effects\, those regressions identify weighted sums of the average treatment effects in each group and period\, where some weights may be negative. The weights can be estimated\, and can help researchers assess whether their results are robust to heterogeneous treatment effects across groups and periods. When some weights are negative\, their estimates may not even have the same sign as the true average treatment effect if treatment effects are heterogeneous. We then propose another estimator that does not rely on any treatment effect homogeneity assumption. We revisit two empirical articles that have estimated two-way fixed effects regressions. In both cases\, around half of the weights attached to those regressions are negative. In one application\, our new estimator is of a different sign than the first two-way fixed effects estimator we study\, and significantly different from the second one. \n\n\nOrganizers:\nLaurent Davezies (CREST – ENSAE)\, Arne Uhlendorff (CREST – ENSAE) & Yannick Guyonvarch (CREST – ENSAE) \nSponsors:\nCREST \nLunch registration:\nfood provided\, no registration \n\n
URL:http://crest.science/event/xavier-dhaultfoeuille-crest-ensae-two-way-fixed-effects-estimators-with-heterogeneous-treatment-effects-joint-work-with-clement-de-chaisemartin-ucsb
CATEGORIES:Economics,The Microeconometrics Seminars
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