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st: Double Selection - Mill's ratios computation


From   Fabrizio Colella - 1348010 <colella.fabrizio@studbocconi.it>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Double Selection - Mill's ratios computation
Date   Thu, 12 Dec 2013 20:56:39 +0100 (CET)

Dear all,

I am performing an Oaxaca Blinder wage decomposition among women working part-time and women working full-time, 
with a double switching model as selection-correction. 

To do that I performed first two -probit- regressions to "correct" for two types of selection:
1) participation vs. non-participation in the labor market
2) full-time vs. part-time – (CONDITIONAL ON PARTICIPATION)
I calculated the two mills ratios and I used them as covariates in the –oaxaca-.

As you know there are many different methods to control for selection using the inverse Mill's ratios (Heckman, Greene, Maddala),
Below there is the code I am using, anyway I am not sure it works. Please, could anybody check it?

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*** Selection  
probit labor_force_partecipation age_25_35 … … health_prob, robust iterate(10)
predict Xb1 , xb
gen mills1 = .
replace mills1 = normalden(-Xb1)/(1-(normal(-Xb1))) if lfp==1 //workers
probit part_time age_25_35 … … health_prob, robust iterate(10)
predict Xb2 , xb
gen mills2 = .
replace mills2 = normalden(-Xb2)/(1-(normal(-Xb2))) if part_full_only==1 //part_timers
replace mills2 = -normalden(-Xb2)/((normal(-Xb2))) if part_full_only==0 //full_timers
*** OB decomposition ***
oaxaca ln_hourly_wage ed_primary … … worker mills1 mills2 [pweight=pb040], by(part_full_only) weight(0)
*******************************

Suggestions will be highly appreciated.

Thank you in advance
Fabrizio

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Fabrizio Colella
Bocconi University and
Fondazione Rodolfo DeBenedetti
Milan, Italy
fabrizio.colella@studbocconi.it

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