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st: Competing Risk for repeated event nominal dependent variables


From   "David A. Cort" <dcort@soc.umass.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Competing Risk for repeated event nominal dependent variables
Date   Sun, 28 Feb 2010 11:55:44 -0500

Dear Listserv,

I am attempting to fit discrete-time event history model where the outcome is nominal and can be repeated over time. The social process is residential mobility. Instead of wanting to know the risk of moving into a community or neighborhood (Allison-type model), I'm interested in the risk of moving into a specific type of neighborhood. The dependent variable therefore has multiple categories (4 to be specific) for neighborhood type and time is discretized (into months). Any help concerning how STATA 10 can handle this type of setup would be very helpful.

David

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E-mail: dcort@soc.umass.edu
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