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Re: st: Juhn-Murphy-Pierce (1993)
Since both procedures are rather descriptive, I'd say it is important
to apply the weights.
By the way, Clive:
Juhn, Chinhui, Kevin M. Murphy, Brooks Pierce (1993). Wage
Inequality and the Rise in Returns to Skill. Journal of
Political Economy 101(3): 410-442.
DiNardo, J., N.M. Fortin, and T.Lemieux (1996) "Labour Market
Insitutions and the Distribution of Wages, 1973-1992: A
Semiparametric Approach," Econometrica, 64(5): 1001-1044.
see help jmpierce and help dfl.
On 11/29/06, Vora Nakavachara <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thank you Ben.
But should one really use the survey weights
with the estimation? I have not seen any literature
that mentioned anything regarding the weights in
their Juhn-Murphy-Pierce (1993) estimation.
Also, what about DFL?
My gutts feeling says that I should be using
the survey weights (include into the estimation
when they do the reweighing method).
However, I also don't see any literature
says that they use weights in their
DiNardo-Fortin-Lemieux (1996) estimation.
I'm quite confuse. Can you or anyone help me with this?
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