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8775 it’s my impression that economists are trained to focus on estimating a single quantity of interest, whereas multilevel modeling is appropriate for estimating many parameters. 8776
8. There’s a huge range of styles of data work, which is probably a good thing. At one end of the spectrum, there is work trying to summarize the properties of data in some useful way. Hodrick and Prescott, Sims, and Stock and Watson all do that in different ways. At the other end, people try to construct simple models that reproduce some of the more obvious facts. It’s harder than it looks and there’s a range of opinion on where we are and where we should be heading.
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7. Again, there is lots of economic theory modeling risk aversion which *is* utility theory but does not suffer from the point you make in that paper and does not define risk-aversion as curvature in a single-index function. Are you familiar with this literature? If so, perhaps you address it.
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Of course if you 8767 re not interested in studying variation, that 8767 s another story. It has to depend on the application. Again, I was responding to your statement about 8775 the vast literature on heterogeneous treatment effects. 8776 It sounds like whoever is writing that literature is interested in variation, and these are the people who I think could benefit from multilevel modeling.
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