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RE: st:Bundell and Blond: Sargan Test

From   Michelena, Gabriel Nicol s <[email protected]>
To   <[email protected]>
Subject   RE: st:Bundell and Blond: Sargan Test
Date   Thu, 6 Jan 2011 10:07:35 -0300

Thanks a lot



Lic. Gabriel Michelena

Centro de Economía Internacional. Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores,
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(C1007ABR) Argentina

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-----Mensaje original-----
De: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]] En nombre de Christopher Baum
Enviado el: Wednesday, January 05, 2011 12:55 PM
Para: [email protected]
Asunto: re:st:Bundell and Blond: Sargan Test

I have a panel data model of international trade, and im regressing the
quantity of imports, for a set of products, using as regressors numbers of
importers, number of exportes, trend, etc.

I´ve estimated the model using POLS, Fixed Effects and GMM (Arellano Bond
and Bundell Blond). The problem that I found is that ar(1) and ar(2) test
perform well, but I reject always the Sargan Test. 

What did you recommend? Forget GMM and use Fixed Effects? 

The Sargan test is not robustified, as it assumes iid errors. You should
consult the Hansen J test statistic available, for instance, from Roodman's
xtabond2 (on SSC).

BTW the authors of SYS-GMM are Richard Blundell and Steve Bond.


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