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exogeneity test for a simultaneous equation Tobit model with an application to labour supply

Richard J. Smith

exogeneity test for a simultaneous equation Tobit model with an application to labour supply

by Richard J. Smith

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Published by University College in London .
Written in English


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Statementby Richard J. Smith and Richard W. Blundell.
SeriesDiscussion paper -- 85-06
ContributionsBlundell, Richard., University College, London. Department of Political Economy.
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Open LibraryOL13897802M

  As I mentioned, you cannot do the endogeneity test in this way with reg3. You could use an augmented regression to do this (just google the term). The chi-square test above is the test for all regressors being different from zero. It would be a good idea to . It is shown that in the complete dynamic simultaneous equation model exogenous variables cause endogenous variables in the sense of Granger () and satisfy the criterion of econometric exogeneity discussed by Sims (a), but that the stationarity assumptions invoked by Granger and Sims are not necessary for this implication.

The trouble with simultaneous equations is that upon observing some $(P, Q)$ pair, all we know is that it lies at the intersection of supply and demand. As we get more pairs (more data), we’re not tracing out supply or demand curves—we’re just getting a bunch of equilibrium points and aren’t certain whether it’s supply or demand (or. Simultaneous equation models are a type of statistical model in which the dependent variables are functions of other dependent variables, rather than just independent variables. This means some of the explanatory variables are jointly determined with the dependent variable, which in economics usually is the consequence of some underlying equilibrium mechanism.

Search form. Search. Navigation menu. NATURE OF SIMULTANEOUS EQUATION MODELS Classic example: supply and demand equation for some commodity or input to production (such as labor). Equilibrium condition: SEM: Two equations determine labor and wages together endogenous variables. z‘s exogenous variables (uncorrelated with supply and demand errors). Identification problem: which equation is supply function, and which is .


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Exogeneity test for a simultaneous equation Tobit model with an application to labour supply by Richard J. Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

A test of weak exogeneity in the simultaneous equation Tobit model is proposed and illustrated using a female labour supply model estimated using cross-section data. A test of weak exogeneity in the simultaneous equation Tobit model is proposed and illustrated using a female labour supply model estimated using cross-section data.

The test statistic can be simply output from any standard Tobit maximum likelihood package, and is asymptotically efficient. The procedure provides consistent estimators for the simultaneous Tobit model whose asymptotic covariance. Downloadable (with restrictions).

A test of weak exogeneity in the simultaneous equation Tobit model is proposed and illustrated using a female labour supply model estimated using cross-section data.

The test statistic can be simply output from any standard Tobit maximum likelihood package, and is asymptotically efficient. The procedure provides consistent estimators for the simultaneous Tobit.

An exogeneity test for the simultaneous equation Tobit model with an application to labour supply (Discussion paper) [Richard Smith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. AN EXOGENEITY TEST FOR A SIMULTANEOUS EQUATION TOBIT MODEL WITH AN APPLICATION TO LABOR SUPPLY BY RICHARD J.

SMITH AND RICHARD W. BLUNDFLL' 1. INTRODUCTION THE PURPOSE OF THIS PAPER is to provide a simple test of weak exogeneity (WE) in limited information simultaneous limited dependent variable (LDV) models.

This test can also be viewed as one. AN EXOGENEITY TEST FOR A SIMULTANEOUS EQUATION TOBIT MODEL WITH AN APPLICATION TO LABOR SUPPLY BY RICHARD J. SMITH AND RICHARD W. BLUNDELL 1. INTRODUCTION THE PURPOSE OF THIS PAPER is to provide a simple test of weak exogeneity (WE) in limited information simultaneous limited dependent variable (LDV) models.

This test can also be viewed as one. Blundell, R.W., and R.J. Smith. An exogeneity test for a simultaneous equation Tobit model with an application to labor supply. Econometrica – CrossRef Google Scholar. Structural Labor Supply Models and Wage Exogeneity * There is still considerable dispute about the magnitude of labor supply elasticities.

While differences in micro and macro estimates arerecently attributed to frictions and adjustment costs, we show that relatively low labor supply elasticities derived from microeconometric.

Smith, R.J. and R.W. Blundell,An exogeneity test for a simultaneous equation tobit model with an application to labor supply, Econometr Vuong, Q.H.,Two-stage conditional maximum likelihood estimation of econometric models, Social science working paper no.

(California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA).Cited by: An exogeneity test for a simultaneous equation Tobit model with an application to labor supply. Econometrica, Regarding the augmented regression test approach: I haven't really looked into this, but there is a paper by Bollen, Guilkey and Mroz, "Binary outcomes and endogenous explanatory variables: tests and solutions with.

Smith, R. and R. Blundell,An exogeneity test for a simultaneous equation tobit model with an application to labor supply, Econometr Vuong, Q. and D. Rivers,Limited information estimators and exogeneity tests for simultaneous probit models, Journal of Cited by: The paper goes on to show how a simultaneous equation model can be embedded in an autoregressive-moving-average vector stochastic process model, generalizing the discussion of this topic by Zellner and Palme.

This analysis makes clear a sense in which an exogeneity test is a test for the presence of simultaneity bias. A similar exercise can be done for the supply equation, and we find that there is no way to identify the true supply equation (2) and pretended supply equation (3).

Suppose we apply OLS technique to these models. Applying OLS to equation (1) yields 1 1 2 1 11 ,sayˆ 11 where, File Size: KB. Labour supply estimates for married women in Australia. “ An Exogeneity Test for a Simultaneous Equation Tobit. Model with an Application to Labour Supply Author: Rosanna Scutella.

I get this result after IVprobit model using Newey's two step estimation. Wald test of exogeneity: chi2(1) = Prob > chi2 = I don't know how to interpret these results. does this means that my independent variable was endogenious and i.

model also leads to to endogeneity problems (again violates assumption that Cov(X,u) = 0 and so OLS will give biased estimates) Eg C = a + bY + e (1) Y= C +I+G + v (2) This is a 2 equation simultaneous equation system. C and Y appear on both sides of respective equations and are interdependent sinceFile Size: KB.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): A two-step maximum likelihood procedure is proposed for estimating simultaneous probit models and is compared to alternative limited information estimators.

Conditions under which each estimator attains the Cramer-Rao lower bound are obtained. Simple tests for exogeneity based on the new two-step estimator are. Consider, for example the following model: $$ Y = \alpha + \beta D + U $$ This is a homogeneous effects model: the treatment effect is a constant $\beta$ that is the same for everyone.

The two IV assumptions are relevance and exogeneity. Relevance requires that $\text{Cov}(Z,D) \neq 0$.

This is directly testable. → y 2t and z3t are excluded from equation 1): γ21 = β31 = 0. z1t and z2t are excluded from equation 2): β12 = β22 = 0. 2) Linear or nonlinear restrictions on coefficients.

• In the demand-supply example, b + β = 0 (a silly example). 3) Covariance restrictions: • Σ is diagonal. • Structural VAR (see Hamilton).

A simultaneous equation model of economic growth, FDI and government policy in China J. Ford*, Somnath Sen* and Hongxu Wei* July Abstract: Empirical investigations aimed at determining what relationship, if any, exists between FDI and economic growth has drawn ambiguous Size: KB.

A Practical Test for Strict Exogeneity in Linear Panel Data Models with Fixed E ffects Liangjun Su, Yonghui Zhang,JieWei ∗ School of Economics, Singapore Management University School of Economics, Renmin University of China School of Economics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology J Abstract This paper provides a practical test for strict exogeneity in linear panel File Size: KB.Exogenicity Test – A Simple C ase Consider the linear model y = X$ + g, where y is n×1, X is n×k, $ is k×1, and g is n×1.

Partition X = [X 1 X 2], where X 1 is n×p. Suppose that X 2 is believed to be orthogonal to the disturbance, in the popu lation, bu t that X 1 is suspected of contamination, making it non-orthogonal to, in the File Size: 63KB.webuse auto,clear probit foreign price mpg, nolog ivprobit foreign price (mpg = weight displacement gear_ratio), nolog As you can see, ivprobit provides a test of endogeneity (the null is exogeneity) of the regressors that are if you have some suspect regressors and no instruments, how can you contemplate estimating an ivprobit model?