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Richard Williams <Richard.A.Williams.5@ND.edu> |

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Re: st: income classes as dependent variable |

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Thu, 11 Dec 2008 09:30:25 -0500 |

At 08:43 AM 12/11/2008, marcel spijkerman wrote:

Dear Stata users,My data set contains data on income and a number of characteristics(age, education etc.). I want to explain individual income by thecharacteristics. Income is not known exactly, it is only known towhich income class an individual belongs to. I have reasons tobelieve that income is not normaly distributed. Can I simply use anordered logit/probit model or should I use another type of model.and if so, do there exist stata modules to estimate such model.

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**References**:**st: income classes as dependent variable***From:*marcel spijkerman <marcel_spijkerman@hotmail.com>

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