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Re: st: Re: Elasticities
Thank you, Scott Merryman.
On Mon, 15 Jul 2002 23:35:57
Scott Merryman wrote:
>This might help.
>If your regression model is in linear form (Y = b0 + b1X) than the
>elasticity of Y with respect to X is b1(X/Y).
>If your model is in double log form (lnY = b0 + b1lnX) the elasticity is b1.
>If your model is in semi log form (Y = b0 + b1lnX) the elasticity is b1/Y
>See pages 15 -18, Jeffery Woolridge "Econometric Analysis of Cross Section
>and Panel Data"
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>> Thanks Mito,
>> But you haven't answered my question. Of course I know the command is mfx.
>But do you and everyone else know how to obtain elasticities in OLS
>regression analysis when some independent variables are in logarithm but
>some are not? I have read the Manual Stata 7 but it does not explain about
>> Newcastle, Australia/Surakarta, Indonesia
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