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Hi all. I have just run a fixed effects regression using panel data across the years 2010 to 2016 for 80 different regions to investigate the effect of immigration on crime. The dependent variable is number of crimes recorded divided by the population for each region and the focal explanatory variable is number of immigrants divided by the population. If the coefficient produced is -0.0089, how do I interpret that?
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As the number of immigrants per capita increases by 1, there is a 0.0089 per capita fall in crimes recorded.
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