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Re: st: Regression Discontinuity Design using age + only binary variables

From   Guo Xu <>
Subject   Re: st: Regression Discontinuity Design using age + only binary variables
Date   Fri, 25 Nov 2011 10:18:37 +0000

Dear Richard,

In terms of reading, have a look at

Imbens and Lemieux (2007): RD designs: A guide to practice
van der Klaauw (2008): RD analysls: A survey of recent developments in economics

and the chapter in Angrist and PIschke (2008): Mostly Harmless Econometrics

For Stata, there are several procedures, e.g.:
- Nichols:
- Imbens:

Hope that helps.


On 25 November 2011 08:12, Richardson <> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm analysing the treatment effect of a new policy which was introduced
> which entitled children under age 10 to receive free health care. I'm
> observing the effect this had on private health insurance subscription
> take-up in children under age 10 vs children over age 10. It would seem that
> employing a regression discontinuity design would be appropriate given the
> cut-off point and jump in the data. All of the available data is binary (0's
> or 1's) except for age.
> How would I estimate the treatment effect using an RDD assuming Sharp RD
> holds and then taking into account endogeneity and employing a Fuzzy RD
> approach?
> How can this be approached in Stata without overcomplicating the analysis.
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