Heckman selection model

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Below are the studies lacking replication with method Heckman selection model.

Below are the replicated studies with method Heckman selection model.

  • Stacey H. Chen. Estimating the variance of wages in the presence of selection and unobserved heterogeneity (REStat 2008).
    JEL codes: -. Methods: Ordinary least squares (OLS), Ordered probit, Generalized least squares (GLS), Instrumental variable (IV), Heckman selection model, Two-stage least squares (2SLS) Software: -
    Data availability unknown; Readme availability unknown; Code availability unknown
    Replication: Jacopo Mazza, Hans van Ophem, Joop Hartog. LE 2013.
    JEL codes: C01, C33, C34, J31. Keywords: Wage inequality, Wage uncertainty, Unobserved heterogeneity, Selectivity, Education, Replication
    Data: Insufficient. Type: new methods & data. Result: different results. Call into question: yes. Replication authors statement: -.
  • Kaushik Basu, Ambar Narayan, Martin Ravallion. Is Literacy Shared within Households? Theory and Evidence from Bangladesh (LE 2001).
    JEL codes: J24, J31, D10. Methods: MLE version of, Heckman selection model, with standard errors corrected for heteroskedasticity, Clustering, with dummy variables, Ordinary least squares (OLS) Software: Stata, 6
    Data unavailable; Readme availability unknown; Code unavailable
    Replication: Vegard Iversena, Richard Palmer-Jones. JDS 2008.
    JEL codes: -. Keywords: -
    Data: Insufficient. Type: wide sense (new data). Result: successful. Call into question: partly. Replication authors statement: authors support replication.

Below are the replications with method Heckman selection model.

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