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Lee, Wei, and Amato ( 1992 ) estimate the regression parameters in the Cox model by the maximum partial likelihood estimates under an independent working assumption and use a robust sandwich covariance matrix estimate to account for the intracluster dependence. The two approaches are actually quite compatible. The unobservables of kids belonging to the same classroom will be correlated (e.g., teachers’ quality, recess routines) while … Robust and Clustered Standard Errors Molly Roberts March 6, 2013 Molly Roberts Robust and Clustered Standard Errors March 6, 2013 1 / 35. 0000005499 00000 n
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