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Re: st: Decomposition method for discrete-time event-history models?


From   Bryan Sayer <bsayer@chrr.osu.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Decomposition method for discrete-time event-history models?
Date   Thu, 08 Sep 2011 17:25:41 -0400

I am not familiar with Farlie, but you might take a look at predictive margins. You can use the difference of the predicted margin between groups to do lots of things.

Bryan Sayer
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On 9/8/2011 5:12 PM, Timo Kauppinen wrote:
Hello,

I have a simple question for which I haven't been able to find an
answer, though. Is there a decomposition method similar to Fairlie's
method (for example) that could be used with person-period data and a
discrete-time event-history (logit) model? I guess that it is not OK
just to use fairlie, given the data structure? The groups to be
compared have unequal sizes. The gap to be decomposed is a difference
in the probability of entry to home-ownership between two groups.



Timo Kauppinen Department of Social Research Sociology FI-20014
University of Turku FINLAND

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