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From   "Christine Wieck" <christine.wieck@web.de>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: <no subject>
Date   Tue, 22 Apr 2003 11:27:26 +0200

Dear Experts,

I have a question regarding the counting of observations for the possible number of constraints: 

I am estimating an input demand system with n = 3 equations. Each equation has k = 4360 observations and m = 72 Parameters. Now, I want to enforce certain cross-equation restrictions (around 100, as most of the parameters are equal in all equations). 

But Stata only allows a maximum of  k/m restrictions for the whole system (around 60 restrictions) as it seems that it doesn't count (n*k)/m but only k observations (that means only the observations from one equation instead of all three equations).

Does any one has an idea how to change this or how to proceed?  

Thanks in advance, 
Christine Wieck
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