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Total, Structural and Secondary Moderating Effects in the Tobit Model and Their Computation Using Stata

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  • Harry P. Bowen

    (McColl School of Business, Queens University of Charlotte)

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This paper derives expressions for the total, structural and secondary moderating effects, as discussed in Bowen (2010, Journal of Management), for the commonly used Tobit model. Stata program statements are presented that compute the values of each effect and assess their significance.

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  • Harry P. Bowen, 2010. "Total, Structural and Secondary Moderating Effects in the Tobit Model and Their Computation Using Stata," Discussion Paper Series 2010-02, McColl School of Business, Queens University of Charlotte, revised 27 Aug 2010.
  • Handle: RePEc:msb:wpaper:2010-02
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