FEIV

AcronymDefinition
FEIVFixed Effects Instrumental Variable (labor economics)
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The same is true for height except for three large FEIV coefficient estimates on occupation variables.
In the FEIV estimates, the null hypothesis is rejected in only two cases each for weight and height at the 5 percent level, and never at the 1 percent level for height.
In the FEIV model for weight, we found one interesting age interaction: being employed in a job that allowed a woman to come home to feed the infant had a positive effect on weight at age two months equal to 12 percent of a standard deviation of weight.