Gunce Walton demonstrates how to estimate a model that represents an economic relationship when one of the most fundamental assumptions about the model—namely, the assumption that the independent (or explanatory) variables that explain the dependent (or response) variable are exogenous—is violated. In other words, when the model suffers from endogeneity. Her focus is to demonstrate how to address endogeneity issues for commonly used nonlinear models, such as discrete choice models or censored response models, using the QLIM procedure in SAS Econometrics.
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