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st: Re: panel data analysis
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From: "M H" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2004 12:33 PM
Subject: st: panel data analysis
> Dear Stata Users,
> Please forgive the lengthy post, but I wanted state up front the
> that I have already attempted, and the end result.
> I would like to model set of firms (i=1 to N, where i=1,2,3 …. 396) over
> 10 year period using quarterly data (t=1 to T, where t=1,2,3…..396).
> on this framework, the panel is balanced (I have the same number if time
> periods for each firm with no missing values) and the total number of
> observations NT = 15,840.
> Procedure 1: After fitting a model to the above panel of firms using
> fe xttest0 and xtreg, re xttest1, I find, that the disturbances exhibit
> serial correlation, cross correlation and heteroscasdacity (consistent
> my priors).
> Stumbling block to Procedure 1: the xtreg does not provide an option to
> correct for these problems with the error terms. This becomes
> problematic as the tests for fixed and random effects rely on the
> that the disturbances are “well-behaved”.
In addition to -xtreg- there is -xtregar- which will fit fixed or random
effects models with AR(1) errors.
Hope this helps,
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