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Re: st: RE: Stata Journal 3:2
If you mean you want to estimate simultaneously a system of equations
in which you have an explicit equation for your continuous endogenous
variable and an equation for your dichotomous endogenous variable,
then the answer is (probably) no. I don't think anyone has written
such a package for Stata.
However, you may still be able to estimate such a system equation-by-
equation and get consistent, albeit inefficient, estimates. You may
be able to use -ivprob- to estimate your dichotomous endogenous
variable equation, and -ivreg- (or -ivreg2-) to estimate your
continuous endogenous variable equation. As usual, an advantage of
equation-by-equation estimation is that misspecification in one
equation wouldn't contaminate the estimation of the other equation.
Hope this helps.
From: "kihong eom" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: st: RE: Stata Journal 3:2
Date sent: Wed, 27 Aug 2003 13:57:08 -0400
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> I would like to estimate a simultaneous equation in which one
> endogeneous variable is dichotomous and the other endogeneous variable
> is continuous.
> Does anybody know some statistical package for this situation available
> in Stata?
> Thank you,
> Kihong Eom, Ph.D.
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