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Re: st: Re: St: Swamy-Tinsley algorithm.

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To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: Re: St: Swamy-Tinsley algorithm.
Date   Wed, 6 Oct 2004 13:58:59 -0400

I keep forgetting the basics.
I remember to try the search just after posting this
and it points to the direction I need.
Shoul be more cautious next time.
Thanks for the help.

                      "Michael Blasnik"                                                                                                    
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search hildreth
search swamy

both provide results which may be relevant and probably should have been
tried before posting.

Michael Blasnik
[email protected]

----- Original Message -----
From: <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 2004 1:15 PM
Subject: st: St: Swamy-Tinsley algorithm.

> Hi,
> I was reading a paper by Martin Ravallion and Mrs. Benu Bidani
> Social Indicators
> using Distributional data) and I would like to apply their method on one
of my
> current research topics.
> I have specifically aggregate health expenditures by countries and would
like to
> disagregate them by
> regions using their characteristics.
> Does any one has a stata program to estimate Hildreth-Houck GLS models
using the
> Swamy -Tinsley
> algorithm? Details could be found in the paper above.
> Is there any simpler method ?
> Best regards.
> Amadou.
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