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st: Missing Wald test with -cluster- option

From   John Antonakis <>
Subject   st: Missing Wald test with -cluster- option
Date   Mon, 28 Nov 2011 15:46:45 +0100


Awhile back, Mark Schaffer replied to a post, regarding a missing Wald test when using the -robust- or -cluster(id)- option, noting:

Mark suggested that tests of individual parameters are still interpreted; however, joint tests (for all parameters) should not (as I guess that the test would not be trustworthy). If I remember correctly, he has mentioned this in the past as have other posters too, directly or indirectly.

What I was hoping for is a published referenced the fact that parameter tests are interpretable. Also, just wondering whether anyone has written anything the consequences of this problem (i.e., insufficient clusters) on tests of overidentification.



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