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st: Difference-in-differences analysis with binary data (repeated cross-sectional data)


From   Armen Martirosyan <armen_martirosyan@wvi.org>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Difference-in-differences analysis with binary data (repeated cross-sectional data)
Date   Thu, 24 May 2012 15:19:23 +0400

Dear Friends,

I am using Stata 12 and doing Difference-in-differences (DiD) analysis 
with repeated cross-sectional data. I have found Stata syntax for DiD 
regression for continuous data but I am not able to find syntax for binary 
data and most of my data are binary. I would appreciate if you can send me 
Stata syntax for binary DiD analysis (repeated cross-sectional) along with 
regression equation and  some background information and examples (if 
available)  which can help me to understand how to deal with binary DiD 
regression. 

Thank you for your consideration
armen

 
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Armen Martirosyan
Health Research and M&E Associate 
Global Health and WASH
World Vision 
International                                                                              

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