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Details about Tamás Bartus

Homepage:http://web.uni-corvinus.hu/bartus
Workplace:Közgazdaságtudományi Kar (Faculty of Economics), Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem (Corvinus University of Budapest), (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2012

  1. Can multilevel multiprocess models be estimated using Stata? A case for the cmp command
    German Stata Users' Group Meetings 2012, Stata Users Group Downloads

2010

  1. Yet another program to create publication-quality tables
    German Stata Users' Group Meetings 2010, Stata Users Group

2006

  1. Marginal effects and extending the Blinder–Oaxaca decomposition for nonlinear models
    United Kingdom Stata Users' Group Meetings 2006, Stata Users Group Downloads View citations (4)

2003

  1. Calculation of average marginal effects using -margin-
    United Kingdom Stata Users' Group Meetings 2003, Stata Users Group View citations (1)

1998

  1. Social Networks and Labor Market Outcomes: Do personal connections always lead to better jobs?
    Rajk László Szakkollégium Working Papers, Rajk László College

Journal Articles

2017

  1. Multilevel multiprocess modeling with gsem
    Stata Journal, 2017, 17, (2), 442-461 Downloads View citations (2)

2014

  1. Estimation of multiprocess survival models with cmp
    Stata Journal, 2014, 14, (4), 756-777 Downloads View citations (8)

2005

  1. Estimation of marginal effects using margeff
    Stata Journal, 2005, 5, (3), 309-329 Downloads View citations (153)

Software Items

2009

  1. MARGEFF: Stata module to compute average marginal effects for categorical and limited dependent variable models
    Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics Downloads View citations (1)

2006

  1. GDECOMP: Stata module to compute decomposition of outcome differentials after nonlinear models
    Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics Downloads
 
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