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st: Canned Bivariate Model


From   Alex Rutt <amr59@cam.ac.uk>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Canned Bivariate Model
Date   Tue, 16 Feb 2010 15:57:52 +0000

Hi,

I am trying to run a canned version of Abowd and Farber (1982) bivaraite probit model with partial observability. I am doing this to try to correct for selection bias when looking at the effects of IMF programs on economic growth. The basic problem is that although I can run a standard bivaraite probit model with partial observability I cannot adapt it so that I can run the canned version of the model. i was wondering if anyone knew how to adapt it so that I could run the canned version. Furthermore I need to run this regression so that I can create hazard rates for the Heckman Selection model, I have worked out how to create hazard rates when looking at a simple regression, but I can't seem to create two different hazard rates, one for each of the regression results from the bivariate probit model. Any help would be most appreciated.

Thanks,

Alex


The original version is in:
Abowd, J.M., Farber, H.S., 1982. Job queues and the union status of workers. Industrial and Labor Relations Review 35, 354–367.
Heckman Selection model:
Heckman, J.J., 1979. Sample selection bias as a specification error. Econometrica 47, 153–161
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