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Re: st: Is there a way of testing for endogeneity in probit models (to rule out simultaneous equations)?
If Y is binary and X3 is linear, you can use the Blundell-Smith exogeneity
test as given in the probexog.ado file (this test can be specified after
the ivprob and divprob ado files).
> I would like to test whether the probit model:
> Y = a0 + a1X1 + a2X2 + a3X3 + e1
> has an endogeneity problem, and should instead be
> treated as a system of equations, where
> X3 = b0 + b1X1 + b2X2 + e2
> As far as I have understood, both the Hausman IV test
> and the Davidson/MacKinnon augmented regression test
> only apply for OLS???
> Is there any method of testing for endogeneity in
> probit models???
> I'd be greatful for any tips...
> many thanks, Annette
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