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st: RE: ST: Zero Inflated Poisson model for panel data

From   Richard Gibson <>
Subject   st: RE: ST: Zero Inflated Poisson model for panel data
Date   Mon, 18 Feb 2008 10:46:01 +1100

Mplus will do that sort of model with ease.  I imagine you could get at it with GLLAMM, which is an ado for stata.  See:

And if you work out how to do it, I would love to see the code.


>>> <> 18/02/2008 4:15:32 am >>>
LIMDEP is the only software application that has a procedure for ZIP/ZINB 
for panel data. It is not accessible using the menu system though. You must 
estimate it using the command line. 

Joseph Hilbe

Date: Sat, 16 Feb 2008 10:59:45 +0100 (CET)
Subject: Re: st: Zero Inflated Poisson model for panel data

This question has been asked a few times before on Statalist.
Unfortunately, there is no such Stata procedure (at least that I am aware 

One solution that has been suggested before is to use the ordinary zib
with the cluster-option and cluster on your case ids.

Johan Hellstrom

>Dear all,
>Is there a way to use STATA that allows you to estimate a zip (zero inflated
>poisson) model applied in a panel scenario?
>Any help on the matter would be greatly appreciated
>Kind Regards
>Konstantinos Lagos
>PhD student in Economics
>University of Sheffield
>Department of Economics 

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