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st: Re: Counts with known upper bound and endogeneity
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Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2003 10:29 AM
Subject: st: Counts with known upper bound and endogeneity
> Dear Statalist readers,
> I am analyzing a cross-section count data (N=834) conditional on a known
> bound, and hence treating it as exogenous. For that I am estimating the
> regression model using the STATA glm command with family(binomial n) and
> (logit). The problem is that potential endogeneity might be expected
> the dependent variable and one covariate.
> Is there any method of testing for endogeneity in glm models?? How do I
> the problem of endogeneity if it exists?
> Any help will be much appreciated.
> Natalia M C Barbosa
Check out the new glm estimators at (http://www.stata.com/merror/) - these
can estimate instrumental variable glm.
Hope this helps,
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