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st: Re: ordered probit with a panel
Beyond clustering, you could try Guillaume Frechette's -reoprob- for random
effects ordered probit models or -gllamm- by Sophia Rabe-Hesketh, Andrew
Pickles, and Anders Skrondal. You might also find Vincent Kang Fu's generalized
ordered logit -gologit- helpful.
You can use -findit- to locate and download the programs.
hope this helps,
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2003 2:47 PM
Subject: st: ordered probit with a panel
> Dear List,
> I am new to this list so I do not know if the following problem had
> already been discussed:
> At my disposition is a small panel (2 waves) of 5000 individuals who
> were asked about their satisfaction levels, ranging from 1 to 11.
> Because of the dependent variable I thought of an ordered probit
> model. Unfortunately Stata does not provide a panel version of
> oprobit and the online help was not helpful either.
> My spontaneous thought was of pooling the data and clustering for the
> Does one of the experts in this list know of a better alternative ?
> I would very much appreciate constructive hints.
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