JMPIERCE2: Stata module to compute trend decomposition of outcome differentials
jmpierce2 computes the decomposition of differences in mean outcome differentials proposed by Juhn, Murphy and Pierce (1991). An example is the decomposition of the change of the black-white or the male-female wage differential over time or the decomposition of differences in the male-female wage differential between countries. This routine was previously circulated as jmp2.
|Requires:||Stata version 8.2|
|Date of creation:||28 Jun 2005|
|Date of revision:||27 Aug 2008|
|Note:||This module should be installed from within Stata by typing "ssc install jmpierce2". Windows users should not attempt to download these files with a web browser.|
|Contact details of provider:|| Postal: Boston College, 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill MA 02467 USA|
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