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st: Negative Binomial Regression with traditional within unit fixedeffects?


From   Michael E Roettger <meroett@bgsu.edu>
To   "statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu" <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Negative Binomial Regression with traditional within unit fixedeffects?
Date   Tue, 30 Sep 2008 18:18:16 -0400

Mike Roettger
Postdoctoral Fellow
National Center for Marriage Research
Bowling Green State University

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Bowling Green State University
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Hi!

I have a dependent variable in panel data for individuals that fits a negative binomial distribution.  With an add on or extension, is it possible to run a negative binomial regression with fixed effects at the individual level?  My understanding is that

xtnbreg  Y X, fe

creates fe for distribution and not the xb variables for the regression equation y=XB+e.  I would like to generate individual level fixed effects for the XB variables, not the distribution.  Any advice for how to run a NB reg with fixed effects at the individual level  for the XB variables would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

Mike Roettger,
Bowling Green State University


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