### Table 3 Dynamic probit model of export participation (standard errors in parenthesis)

"... In PAGE 24: ... The observations for 1984-1989 are used to estimate the role of sunk costs using equation (4). The parameter estimates for equation (4) are reported in Table3 for several model specifications. The most general model, reported in the first column, includes three lags of past participation (Y,s,, pi2 2,ij-3 ) as well as interaction terms involving Y,,.... In PAGE 24: ... as well as interaction terms involving Y,,., and year dunuy variables. Trhese interaction terms allow the sunk costs of a new exporter to vary over time with market conditions.8 The remaining three columns in Table3 report results for models that restrict the averages 8.... In PAGE 26: ... Hence our choice of a three year lag structure appears to capture all of the relevant history. Expected Profits from Exporting: The remaining coefficients in Table3 summarize the influence of year effects and plant characteristics on the expected profitability of exporting, net of sunk entry costs (ir, - Pi,). (Recall that this expression gives the net return from exporting for a plant with no prior foreign market experience.... In PAGE 28: ... Unobserved Plat Heterogeneity and Noise: The final sources of vaniaon in export status are unobserved error components: persistant plant heterogeneity, a;, and transitory noise, w. As shown in Table3 , .336 of the total unobserved variation is due to persistent heterogeneity, and this I A decline in the probability of failure as a plant ages has been found by Roberts (1994) for Colombia and by Tybout (1994) for Chile.... In PAGE 41: ...values from Table3 in conjunction with the observed 4, trajectories and random draws on a5, P,, and w,, to repeatedly simulate Y apos;, sequences, plant by plant. (The reported tests are based on 200 simulations per plant.... In PAGE 41: ...(I) = 1E Q(Z, Z ZU.1 *ZT I p, y, or p) The expected frequencies generated by the model in column 1 of Table3 are reported in the second column of Table A1.1.... ..."

### Table 4: Error Components Models

"... In PAGE 33: ... The simulation algorithms are detailed in the Appendix. Table4 shows posterior means and standard deviations, obtained by simulation, for the para- metric and semiparametric versions of the error components model. The autoregressive coe ecient is estimated to be close to, but slightly less than, 1.... ..."

### Table 9. Error Component Models for

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### Table 10. Error Component Models for

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### Table 9 (Cont.) . Error Component Models for

1999

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### Table 10 (Cont.) . Error Component Models for

1999

"... In PAGE 13: ... Table10 . Error Component Models for Log Earnings Residuals, wit a mi + eit mi + AR(1) atmi + lt AR(1) Cohort born after 1961 s2m 0.... ..."

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### Table 8.3: Word error rates (%) of a six component model set on clean RM A set of six component models, similar to those used for the ARPA RM system de- veloped at CUED [96], were then generated. Table 8.3 shows the performance of this six component system on the clean RM test sets. Comparing these results with those published using the standard HTK parameterisation [96] shows little di erence in perfor- mance, 4.6% compared to 4.5% for the standard HTK RM feature set. The six component model set with zeroth Cepstra energy and simple di erence dynamic parameters was the standard model set used in this chapter.

### Table 9. Dynamic Components

"... In PAGE 10: ... As cycle times continue to decrease, this relationship will hold for long global links beyond ~1 cm in length. Table9 compares the dynamic power components of the two cache designs. While the total amount of dynamic power is relatively small for both designs, TLC does reduce dynamic power dissipation within the communica- tion network by utilizing on-chip transmission lines.... ..."

### Table 9. Dynamic Components

"... In PAGE 10: ... As cycle times continue to decrease, this relationship will hold for long global links beyond ~1 cm in length. Table9 compares the dynamic power components of the two cache designs. While the total amount of dynamic power is relatively small for both designs, TLC does reduce dynamic power dissipation within the communica- tion network by utilizing on-chip transmission lines.... ..."