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Re: st: xtabond and ivreg2
Have a look at the "Methods and Formulas" section for xtabond in the
manual, or at the description of the "collapse" option in the help
file for xtabond2 (if you haven't already installed it). It's too
hard to describe in brief - to quote from the manual, "The most
difficult part of these estimators is defining and implementing the
matrix of instruments...."
Hope this helps.
Date sent: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 12:31:22 +0200
Subject: st: xtabond and ivreg2
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> Dear all statalisters,
> I need some information about xtabond, and ivreg2.
> Consider a dynamic panel regression as
> (1) Y(it) = a + B(1it)* L.Y(it) + B(2it)* X(it) + a(i) + u(it)
> Anderson and Hsiao (1981) suggest to first difference this equation to drop individual effect a(i). Arellano and Bond (1991) solve endogeneity problem applying GMM estimator and instrumenting LD.Y(it) with T-3 lags of dependent variable and T-2 lags of exogenous variables. Xtabond use as instrument T-p-2 lags of dependent variable in level, T-2 lags of exogenous variables in first-difference and T-p-1 lags of predetermined variables in -difference, where p is the number of dependent lag setting in equation
> The problem is that when i try to replicate this command using ivreg2 I can't use all these instruments as an increase in their number (number of lags) reduce the number of observation disposable for the second stage of regression. How can i solve this problem?
> Thank you in advance for your usefull advices,
> Best Regards
> Andrea Sisto
> University of Eastern Piedmont
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