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04-16-2014 09:31 AM

Hi,

I am estimating a non-linear seemingly unrelated regressing using proc model, as follows:

proc model data=temp2w;

Y1= a0 + ((gamma))*(rho1)*X1+ (1-(theta))*(rho2)*X2;

Y2= b0 + (1-(gamma))*(rho1)*X1+ (theta)*(rho2)*X2;

fit dPIFO dPIDOM/ sur;

run;

quit;

I need estimates of a0, b0, gamma, theta, rho1, and rho2. The model estimates the parameters as I would expect. Is there a way to adjust standard errors for clustered observations in SAS? My dataset consists of a panel of firms, and there is reason to suspect that observations are not independent within a firm.

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04-17-2014 03:22 PM

Unfortunately, PROC MODEL doesn't support the estimation of parameters in a system of equations with random effects. I'm not aware of any other SAS procedures that can address this problem either. We'll look into adding this ability to a future version of MODEL.

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04-17-2014 03:25 PM

Thanks for your reply! I don't think I need random effects, however. I want the fixed effects estimates the model produces, but I want to adjust the standard errors for possible intra-cluster correlations. For example, proc genmod allows for the "repeated' command which adjusts the standard errors for non independence within the groups. Is there any way to do this in proc model?

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04-17-2014 03:38 PM

PROC MODEL can correct the standard errors for heteroscedasticity using the HCCME= option on the FIT statement. This option does not allow you to specify the structure of the clustering of the data, but it may give you results closer to what you're looking for.