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st: estimating a proportion in panel data

From   Lloyd Dumont <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   st: estimating a proportion in panel data
Date   Tue, 12 Oct 2010 09:01:49 -0700 (PDT)

Hello, everyone.

My question puts two twists on a question I can see has been answered before.

Mainly, I am estimating a proportion [0,1].  That is, it is a continuous variable between zero and one, inclusive.

If this were the only issue, I would just consider the pros and cons of using OLS.

But, as promised, two twists...
The data are panel data.  Think of it as a proportion observed for each unit each month, over many months.

My focal independent variable is a two-way multiplicative interaction term.  I know there are a number of issues associated with estimating these interactions in logits and probits.

Any thoughts on the best way to get a reliable estimate of that two-way interaction, in particular, in this case?

Thank you for your help.  Lloyd Dumont

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