Estimating penalized spline regressions: theory and application to economics

Greiner A (2009)
APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS 16(18): 1831-1835.

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This article gives a brief survey of penalized spline smoothing. Penalized spline smoothing is a general nonparametric estimation technique which allows to fit smooth but else unspecified functions to empirical data. We depict the theory behind this estimation technique and we present an example demonstrating how this nonparametric estimation technique can help to gain insight into economics.
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Greiner A. Estimating penalized spline regressions: theory and application to economics. APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS. 2009;16(18):1831-1835.
Greiner, A. (2009). Estimating penalized spline regressions: theory and application to economics. APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS, 16(18), 1831-1835.
Greiner, A. (2009). Estimating penalized spline regressions: theory and application to economics. APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS 16, 1831-1835.
Greiner, A., 2009. Estimating penalized spline regressions: theory and application to economics. APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS, 16(18), p 1831-1835.
A. Greiner, “Estimating penalized spline regressions: theory and application to economics”, APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS, vol. 16, 2009, pp. 1831-1835.
Greiner, A.: Estimating penalized spline regressions: theory and application to economics. APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS. 16, 1831-1835 (2009).
Greiner, Alfred. “Estimating penalized spline regressions: theory and application to economics”. APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS 16.18 (2009): 1831-1835.
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