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Re: st: SUR and unbalanced panel data

From   "alessia matano" <>
Subject   Re: st: SUR and unbalanced panel data
Date   Sat, 10 Nov 2007 15:09:56 +0100

Hi to all,

I am writing cause I have a quetion related to that of Conny. I want
also to run a SUR on a panel data (strongly balanced). However, with
SUREG I think you just run a normal OLS regression, and not a panel
random or fixed effects regression. Is that right? I am then asking
how to apply with stata a SUR on panel data.
Anyone of you can help me?
thank you

2007/10/18, Conny Chen <>:
> Hi there. I am trying to run a SUR and have an unbalanced panel data
> set. I've been referring to Baum's Introduction to Modern Econometrics
> and it states that the model could be fitted with an unbalanced panel.
> I've tried using the SUREG command, but it defaults to using the least
> number of observations on all of the groups. I'd like to be able to
> exploit the extra observations I have for one of the groups. Does anyone
> know how to do this? Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks!
> Conny
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