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Re: st: Could someone help me with my nl evaluation program? I update my program.

From   张志强 <>
To   "" <>
Subject   Re: st: Could someone help me with my nl evaluation program? I update my program.
Date   Sun, 2 Feb 2014 09:30:55 +0800

Thank you Nick, I will take into account your suggestions about
spatial dependency. May be the spatial econometric approach would be a
good choice for these kinds of regression.The endogenous variables
problems would also render the   consistent and robust of  related
the NL2SLS methods would be a good choice.
My project has a long way to go!

Thank you very much!

2014-02-02 Nick Cox <>:
> I've separated out some questions here.
> Nick
> On 1 February 2014 14:54,  Zhiqiang Zhang wrote:
>> Thanks for your advice, I learn  a lot about the nl programming in stata.
>> I final got my nl estimation result for my naive wage equation. The
>> problem is because of my data, I found there are some errors in my
>> dataset. As for my program,  does it can be used  for much more
>> complicate summation terms?
> Difficult to comment, but as already pointed out in this thread, more
> complicated models tend to be difficult to fit.
>> DO I need to use the bootstrap to get much
>> more accurate estimation results for complicate project? such as the
>> distance term is a 2700*2700 matrix?
> Bootstrap at most gives more honest standard errors. If your problem
> is intrinsically spatial, you may have problems with dependence
> structure that render the bootstrap dubious any way.
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