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st: Re: chow tests
--On Thursday, July 18, 2002 2:33 -0400 Scott wrote:
However pooling the two datasets and running a 'chow test' may be overkill,
Take a look at the Stata FAQs:
Can you explain Chow tests?
How can I compute the Chow test statistic?
in that it will also impose the assumption of a common error variance
across the equations. True, a fully interacted second equation will
reproduce OLS point estimates from separate estimations of the two
equations, but the VCV, which depends on the sigma-squared estimate, will
be different (and thus so will be the inference). This can be dealt with,
but IMHO sureg (if feasible) would be a better way to approach this.
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