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ivtreatreg: A new Stata command for estimating binary treatment models with heterogeneous response to treatment under observable and unobservable selection

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  • Giovanni Cerulli, 2011. "ivtreatreg: A new Stata command for estimating binary treatment models with heterogeneous response to treatment under observable and unobservable selection," Italian Stata Users' Group Meetings 2011 04, Stata Users Group.
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