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Re: st: RE: 'movestay' command


From   Clemence Berson <Clemence.Berson@univ-paris1.fr>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: RE: 'movestay' command
Date   Thu, 09 Jul 2009 10:47:43 +0200

I tried all these alternatives before borrowing the statalist, but I am not able to program in Stata then I am not really able to read the code.

I sent an e-mail to M.Lokshin and he said he added this option in the last version of the command. I updated my version but I cannot find this option in the help file. Moreover, he did not answer me when I asked for some precisions. Does Anyone could help me ?

Thanks for your attention,

--
Clémence Berson



Nick Cox <n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk> a écrit :

You can answer this kind of question yourself:

1. Look at the help to see what options are documented.

2. Look at the code using -viewsource- to see if any options are
undocumented.

Nick
n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk

Clemence Berson


My current working paper compares the discrimination between the private
and public sectors. I am using the Stata command 'movestay' developed
by Lokshin and Sajaia. I would like to know whether it is possible to
use control variables which are not present in the probit equation of
sector choice with this stata command.

ex:
lnw_1i = beta_1 (age age2 reg contract nbemployees) + u_1i
lnw_2i = beta_2 (age age2 reg contract nbemployees) + u_2i
I= delta(lnw_1i - lnw2i) + gamma(age age2 reg maritalstatus
csp_parents) + mu_i

where the type of contract and the number of employees in the firm do
not enter in the probability of working in a particular sector. Is
there an option to avoid adding these variables to the estimation of I
and getting the value of delta ?

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