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st: -xtgee- results interpretation

From   Andrea Molinari <>
To   statalist <>
Subject   st: -xtgee- results interpretation
Date   Mon, 16 Feb 2009 16:52:53 -0200

Dear statalisters,

I have estimated the (binary) probability of starting a trade dispute
between two countries with a panel data, with many different
explanatory variables (e.g. GDP per capita, openness, trade
dependence, governance proxies, etc). For doing so, I used the -xtgee-
command with the command with options family(bin), link(probit),
corr(ar1), robust.

I was wondering whether anyone could guide me on the interpretation of
the results, as was looking for it and cannot find any specific answer
neither in econometrics books nor in the statalist archive.

Would really appreciate any hints!

Many thanks,
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