Replication of the work of a published paper, Econometrics

Hi I am currently working on my econometrics coursework which is to replicate a published paper. I was given the same data set as the paper and suppose to get the same answer as the paper. The project require me to use Stata as the software. Would you be able to help me with identifying the commands and variables that the paper used for each of its table
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