YOGO


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YOGOYou Obey God Only
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The paper is likely to get attention from other academic economists, and from economists involved in policymaking, because Koijen and Yogo are widely published, frequently cited scholars.
(17) Following Koijen, Van Nieuwerburgh, and Yogo (2013), we assume that the family has basic health insurance that covers the bulk of health expenditures.
Yogo T, Nagamiya H, Seto M, Sasaki S, Shih-Chung H, Ohba Y, et al.
"I was talking to someone and they were like, 'Oh, who is your husband?'" Holbert, a black entrepreneur whose app BoHo Yogo launched in September, recalled.
Stock and Yogo (2005) refined this further, presenting a set of critical values based on the number of endogenous variables, instrumental variables and the maximal acceptable level of bias against which the first stage F-statistic can be compared.
The story is set in an imaginary Kingdom called New Yogo, resembling ancient Asia, where the two worlds of spirits and humans intertwine in mysterious ways.
Baum, Schaffer, and Stillman (2007) suggest using the Stock and Yogo (2005) critical values tabulated for the Cragg-Donald statistic as well as the Staiger and Stock (1997) "rule of thumb" value of 10.
This one-of-a-kind art piece features a 14K gold crown medallion set into the headstock, dressed with Montana Yogo Sapphires, and intricate, hand engraved detailing.