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st: re: 2sls robust or 3sls? |

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Sun, 27 Sep 2009 10:20:52 -0400 |

<> Andres said I'm dealing with a simultaneous equation system, three supply and three demand equations. As endogeneity is present, a instrumental variable method is required. I have 37 years of historical data. - I'm in doubt to use 2sls (robust) or 3sls. I know that 3sls is more efficient than 2sls but because of the small number of observations it might not be good idea. - 3sls doesnt allow the option robust. Is there any way to do so? - when I use reg3 for the whole system together, the results are different if you I it equation by equation. Anyone know the reason or which way is more reasonable?

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