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Re: st: Inverse Mills
>I have the following model.
>Y1 = b0 + a1Y1 + a3X3 + e1 (Y1 is binary)
>Y2 = b1 + a2Y2 + a4X4 + e2 (Y2 is observed but its truncated at 0)
I really think there must still be one typo. I should read
Y1 = b0 + a1Y2 + a3X3 + e1 (Y1 is binary)
Y2 = b1 + a2Y1 + a4X4 + e2 (Y2 is observed but its truncated at 0)
I undestand the intuitive idea you are shooting for. I have never seen what
You have to check the validity of your procedure.
Clearly you have the poblem that when you do one regression and compute the
inverse mills ration you have the other endogenous variable in, and that
does not bode well. But I am not sure, you have to check it.
Good news now!!
The technique that I would use to solve your problem (assuming your problem
is in the way I wrote it) is just a modification of the technique which is
reprogrammed in -reg3-
. help reg3
Study the logic of -reg3-, if you have the manuals read it in there. If you
don't have the manuals read 3SLS (3 stages least squares on text books),
then instead of using -reg3- do the 3 steps using the estimators that you
need to take into account the nature of Y1 and Y2
More good news!!
As you know probit is preprogrammed
. help probit
Also tobit is preprogrammed!!!!!!!!!
. help tobit
I don't guarantee that the procedure I propose here, is a correct and valid
one. That's what I would do if I had really little time to think about the
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