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st: SUREG with linear constraints

From   Eduardo Montoya <>
Subject   st: SUREG with linear constraints
Date   Thu, 12 Apr 2012 16:22:40 -0700


I'm using SUREG to estimate a seemingly unrelated regression.  My problem is
that SUREG will not estimate a parameter that I'm pretty sure should be

I have 5 equations.  Within each equation, (along with other explanatory
variables) I'm estimating the coefficient on one explanatory variable that
only varies monthly, plus a set of month-fixed effects.  Each equation would
be collinear on its own, but I'm also restricting the month fixed effects to
be the same across all 5 equations.  I'm pretty sure this should identify my
additional explanatory variable, but I think that sureg checks each equation
individually for collinearity and decides to omit this variable I need to

I don't think there is a 'collinear' option for sureg.  Is there some way to
run the sureg command that will include this variable?

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