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Kit Baum <baum@bc.edu> |

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st: re: table of long run effects |

Date |
Mon, 4 Apr 2005 16:43:38 -0400 |

And Cher said

I am trying to calculate the long run effects following the estimation

of a dynamic model (dependent variable Yit), where I have around 20

independent variables (including dummies). To find out the long run

effects, I am dividing all RHS variables by the speed of adjustment

(1-Yit-1). I realised I could calculate these non-linear combinations

using 'nlcom' command in Stata and obtain the long run values of all

variables as well as their p-values, standard errors, etc.

Nevertheless, it would be a great headache for me to make a table out of

these long run effects, given so many regressors (whereas you can

easily format the short run results post estimation using 'outreg' or

'estout' and so forth).

Is anyone aware of any command in Stata to calculate the long run

effects after regression and allow you to make nice tables based upon

them? Or if I have to move from short run to long run manually (by using

'nlcom'), how can I make an output table out of the calculation of these

20 variables?

When you loop over the nlcom results, put them in a Stata matrix, and use one of the user-written commands to produce an output table of your liking from the matrix. outtable will do the job if you want LaTeX tables (and why would one want anything lesser?!?)

Kit Baum, Boston College Economics

http://ideas.repec.org/e/pba1.html

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