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Re: st: Clustering standard errors with Simultaneus regressions.

From   John Antonakis <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: Clustering standard errors with Simultaneus regressions.
Date   Tue, 20 Sep 2011 17:37:50 +0200

I have not received Stata 12; if you have it, the sem command (using the maximum likelihood estimator) seems to be able to handle that. Just model your variables as observed.


Otherwise, use gllamm.  Findit -gllamm-

Best regards,

P.S. your system of equations is not identified. You need to have unique instruments for x or y to identify the causal effects you want.


Prof. John Antonakis
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On 20.09.2011 17:10, Fernando Rios Avila wrote:
> Dear Statalisters,
> I was wondering if anybody can help me with a problem i have encounter.
> Currently im running a simultaneous equation model that has the following form:
> X= a0+b0*Y+c0*Z
> Y=a1+b1*X+c1*Z
> where Z is my set of exogenous variables.
> This corresponds to information at the State level, but i wanted to
> cluster to information at the county level. The problem, however, is
> that i havent been able to find reference to include cluster when
> using the -reg3- command in stata.
> Does anyone know of an alternative for simultaneous equations with
> cluster errors?
> Thanks in advance.
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