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Re: st: Discrete time hazard model-interval censored

From   Steve Samuels <>
Subject   Re: st: Discrete time hazard model-interval censored
Date   Fri, 27 Aug 2010 13:37:13 -0400


With only one interval, a discrete hazard model is _not_ suitable.
Use a -logistic- (or -cloglog-) model instead.


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On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 1:26 PM, Nyasha Tirivayi <> wrote:
> Dear All
> I have a dataset on labour force participation in an African country.
> There are two waves of interviews, January 2009 and August 2009. I am
> interested in looking at the effects of a social program on the
> transitions into employment. The survey asked questions like, "are you
> empoyed at the moment" .  I am especially interested in those who at
> first interview had were not employed. However ,we do not know exactly
> the date when they do  get employed, we only have a response at second
> interview whether they are employed or not.
> Could anyone advise me if a discrete time hazard model is suitable?
> What stata methods do I use for the interval censoring? And how do I
> correct for the selection bias of the social program?
> May you kindly advise
> Regards
> Nyasha Tirivayi
> PhD researcher
> Maastricht Graduate School of Governance
> Maastricht University
> Netherlands
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