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BHPS data merge or append before analysis the BHPS

Added by suleyman bolat almost 4 years ago. Updated almost 4 years ago.

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12/16/2016
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My research topic is about the labour force participation, and so I collected some dataset from BHPS dataset, I have UKDA 5151 dataset and separated some variables I use in the analysis. But I would like to apply for this dataset using GMM, Fixed effect or other methods. I am using Stata 14.1 program for windows.

In UKDA 5151, I will use only `indresp` and 1-18 waves together...you know, it continues to "aindresp", "bindresp", "cindresp"......"indresp"..

1- Before analysis this dataset, do we have to merge this dataset? so I do not know what to merge or append in STATA 14.1 programme?

2- After merge or append process for these data, can we analyse for our commands to these datasets?

3- Do you have any internet address for how to merge these datasets or link, or brochure or do file?

4- I will do static panel data analysis, such as fixed, random, pooled, or GMM...

attached my variables and model. If you help me for this issue, I am glad for this.

Thanks

Best wishes
SUL

BHPS - MODEL - VARIABLES.docx (16.8 KB) BHPS - MODEL - VARIABLES.docx suleyman bolat, 12/16/2016 12:08 PM

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#1 Updated by Victoria Nolan almost 4 years ago

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Dear Dr. Bolat,

We provide online training to use the BHPS with Stata. This provides an overview of the survey, the data structure and also guides you through how to create datasets for different kinds of analysis. See here: https://www.understandingsociety.ac.uk/documentation/training

If you have further questions please continue to use this online User Forum to raise issues.

Best wishes, Victoria.

#2 Updated by Victoria Nolan almost 4 years ago

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