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  • Comparing outcomes of men and women with the same observables

    Hello, I am having trouble thinking of a strategy for my analysis.

    I have a large panel sample of men and women who are applying to universities. I have a lot of observables about the individuls (grades, age, race, opinions, etc). I also have a lot of detail on the universities they apply to (quality, ranking, % of women they take in and so on). How am I able to see if men and women who have the same observables (e.g. same grades, same, age, same background) apply to different standards of universities?

    Thanks in advance!


  • #2
    Lucy:
    interacting might be an approach (assuming you go -xtreg, re-):
    Code:
     xtreg <depvar> <othercontrols> gender##(i.grade c.age i.background)
    Kind regards,
    Carlo
    (Stata 16.0 SE)

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    • #3
      My first association is propensity score matching. There are various ways of doing that, but a good place to start in Stata would be help teffects intro
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