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st: different lag length system GMM

From   "Martin Baumgarten" <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   st: different lag length system GMM
Date   Fri, 20 Nov 2009 22:35:59 +0100

Dear statalist-members,

maybe someone can help me out here. I have the following equation using the xtdpd command


where l.y is the lagged value of the lhs variable, x1 and x2 are different regressors, and a1,a2(..) are coefficients. Assume now I specify the model as follows by using 

xtdpd  y  l.y  x1  x2  dgmmiv(l.y x1,lagrange(3 3))dgmmiv(x2,lagrange(2 2)) lgmmiv(l.y x1,lag(2))lgmmiv( x2,lag(3))iv(time) artests(2) hascons vce(robust)

Note how I specified different lag length for different variables. I do that, to have a much better p-value for the Sargan-test and for the serial correlation test. However, I do not know if this econometrically or conventionally allowed. Is it? I also cannot remember to have read in the literature about 
It would be great if somebody could give me answer with a short explanation.

Best wishes


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