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Jesper Sorensen <sorensen@mit.edu> |

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Re: st: competing risk models |

Date |
Fri, 14 May 2004 20:59:17 -0400 |

Wes,

there's no way to do it directly in Stata, but you can get the same results as in TDA if you run the models separately for the three separate destination states - in other words you need to re-stset the data, declaring a new failure variable.

//Jesper

Hi,

I am trying to run a competing risks event history model using stata. Once firms enter the sample, they are at risk for three possible outcomes (technology adoption). I want to see if a list of various independent variables affect the rate for these outcomes in different ways, maybe in the same direction, but differential impact. So in the output I should get a set of coefficients (which I think decomposes to the probability of the destination state * the overall rate) for each potential outcome. In TDA, the command is rate and then specify the outcome and independent variables for each potential outcome (in my case 3 outcomes). I would appreciate it if someone could tell me how to do this with stcox?

Thanks!

WS

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