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I am trying to test mediation using differenceindifferences. My outcome variable is company total sales and my treatment variable...
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Mediation Analysis in DifferenceinDifferences (DiD)
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Sorry for the delay Jeff. I wanted to make more progress in the data before responding to you. The outcome variable is the likelihood a firm goes bankrupt...
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I did not Ruby, so sorry I can't be much help. Still waiting for some help myself. Anyone?
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I am trying to run an xtlogit with firm fixed effect using a matched pair sample and panel data. The outcome variable is whether a firm...
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Follow up: I discovered a solution when I add capture before the psmatch2 line of code, to read:
Code:g att = .
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Roger Clements started a topic Matching exactly on group and closest on other variables (with psmatch2)in GeneralMatching exactly on group and closest on other variables (with psmatch2)
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I am trying to use psmatch2 to match exactly on industry code (sic2) and year (cyear). I have read the psmatch2 help guide and all other...
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Confusion Matrix / Accuracy Table after XTLOGIT
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I have searched high and low for an answer to this question and can't come up with much. Does anyone know if it's possible to generate...
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Roger Clements replied to Logistic regression "outcome does not vary" issue despite 0, 1 dependent variablein GeneralI have a similar problem, but with interactions. I have panel data of companies that have been targeted by journalists. For one of my interaction terms...
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Andrew Lover  Do you happen to know a solution for Ashley Perry comment in post #5 above? I have the exact same problem with my panel data interactions....
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Thanks Phil. I'll explore the heckman option. I agree that it might cause more issues than it would solve. I appreciate your thoughts. I also stumbled...
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Roger Clements replied to Panel data logistic regression (xtlogit): Choosing between fixed effects and random effectsin GeneralPhil Bromiley: I realize my second question may have been getting off topic for this thread, so I posted the question in a new thread with a different...
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Roger Clements started a topic Missing data for nontreated group in logistic regression interactionin GeneralMissing data for nontreated group in logistic regression interaction
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I am trying to figure out how to handle missing observations for the nonaffected firms in an interaction using logistic regression....
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Roger Clements replied to Panel data logistic regression (xtlogit): Choosing between fixed effects and random effectsin GeneralThanks for the quick reply Phil. This is very helpful. I have two followup questions, when you have a moment:
1. How does RE consider the...
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Roger Clements started a topic Panel data logistic regression (xtlogit): Choosing between fixed effects and random effectsin GeneralPanel data logistic regression (xtlogit): Choosing between fixed effects and random effects
HI Helpful List,
I have panel data on ~2000 companies between 2005 and 2010. Of these 2000 companies, about 100 went bankrupt in some year...
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You're right. This fixed the problem. Thank you William!...
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