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st: re: Re: Suppressing the Constant in the First Stage with ivreg2 |

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Thu, 18 Jun 2009 11:06:45 -0400 |

<> Anson said Thank you for the response. You are exactly right about include a vector of ones and specifying noc, it will be included. Is there a way to force ivereg2 not to include an exogenous var (ie iota) in the FSRs? All I can say is the model is structural, and there is a heavy theoretical justification for suppressing the constant in the first stage.

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