We examine the empirical determinants of debt-maturity structure of 266 firms listed on the KSE over the period 2000 to 2004 using several variants of dynamic panel data models.
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Doornik and Hendry (no affiliations given) also discuss static and dynamic panel data models and X-12-ARIMA seasonal adjustments (which are used by the US Census Bureau).
Coefficients for the dynamic panel data model are presented in the last column with the first two columns of coefficients indicating the results for the OLS and within-group (fixed-effects) models to show the extent to which our conclusions would be different had we assumed hospital homogeneity or had we controlled for heterogeneity but assumed a static model.