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st: RE: Binary outcome Blinder-Oaxaca decomposition
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> Joao Pedro W. de Azevedo
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> Dear Statausers,
> I've recently came across a few papers that present an
> extension of the Blinder-Oaxaca decomposition methods for
> Probit or Logit models. I would like to know if anyone in the
> list has attempted to implement such decompositions in Stata.
> Many thanks, João Pedro
> Fairlie, R. (2003) An extension of the Blinder-Oaxaca
> Decomposition Techniques to Logit and Probit Models. Economic
> Growth Center - Yale University.
> Farilie, R. (1999) The absence of African-American Owned
> Business: An analysis of the Dynamics of Self-Employment.
> Journal of Labour Economics,
> 17(1): 80-108.
Be aware that the methods for such decompositions were presented long
and in a definitive fashion, by
Gomulka, J. and Stern, N. (1990). "The Employment of Married Women in
the United Kingdom 1970–83", Economica, vol 57, pp 171–99.
Their appendix also indicates how to get standard errors for the
I do not have this stuff hard-wired into a program, but it is relatively
straightforward to do, I think.
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