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Re: st: binary mediation command


From   kohler@wzb.eu
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: binary mediation command
Date   Fri, 17 Jun 2011 22:11:09 +0200

> On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 9:00 AM, Maarten Buis wrote:
>
>> Karlson, K.B. and A. Holm (forthcomming): "Decomposing primary and
>> secondary effects: A new decomposition method". Research in
>> Stratification and Social Mobility.
>
> Oops, the journal is called Research in Social Stratification and
> Mobility and the article has already appeared:
>
> Karlson, K.B. and A. Holm (2011): "Decomposing primary and secondary
> effects: A new decomposition method". Research in Social
> Stratification and Mobility, 29(2): 221-237.

Allow me to add, that a Stata Journal article describing this method and
its implementation in Stata is "in Press":

Kohler, U., K.B. Karlson, K.B and A. Holm: Comparing coefficients of
nested nonlinear probability models. Stata Journal (accepted manuscript).

In my eyes, the method by Karlson, Holm (and Breen) solves the problem of
comparing coefficients between nested nonlinear probability models in a
very general way, and is both elegant and easy to understand. You should
give it a try.

End of advertisement section ;-)

Uli



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