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Yes startz, for that equation. But the other not
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equation lrfi.ls saving1 c hh_size head_age head_age^2 elder children @expand(sc01, ifls, @dropfirst)
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I believe your problem is that there are many NA values in saving1 and that in the remaining sample there really is perfect multicollinearity.
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In the language of factors, multiple terms in @expand gives the interaction effects, but not the main effects.
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