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st: clustering SE xtprobit and xtgee


From   "Roberto GANAU" <roberto.ganau@studenti.unipd.it>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: clustering SE xtprobit and xtgee
Date   Fri, 24 Feb 2012 09:21:29 +0100

Dear Statalists,
I'am working on a balanced panel of N=787 firms and T=2 years, where T1=2003 and T2=2006.

I would like to cluster (robust) SE at the district-sector level, because I am testing the role of agglomeration forces defined at district-sector level.

I have two dependent variable: (i) a dummy variable; (ii) a proportion variable.
I would like to run xtprobit/xtlogit for the dummy variable, and xtgee (following Papke and Wooldridge, 2008) for the proportion variable.

Could somebody help me?

Thanks in advance,
Roberto


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