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Logit and Probit
Ordered and Multinomial Models



November 2001 | 104 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book discusses the estimation, simulation, and interpretation of models with multiple outcomes, when these outcomes are either ordered or unordered, against the backdrop of examples relating to socioeconomic inequality.  The book includes exposition of the important distinction between odds-ratios and risk-ratios, logit versus probit (and, vice-versa) as well as a step-by-step explanation of the practical computing procedures that underpin the analysis.  

 
Series Editor’s Introduction
 
Preface
 
1. Introduction
 
2. Ordered Models/ Introduction
Introduction

 
Methodology

 
Application to Deprivation Status

 
Estimation Over Subsamples: Characteristics versus coefficients

 
 
3. Multinomial Logit / Introduction
A Random Utility Model

 
The Class of Logit Models: Multinomial and conditional

 
Multinomial Logit

 
Application to Occupational Outcomes

 
Conditional Logit and the Independence of Irrelevant Alternatives

 
 
4. Program Listings
 
References

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ISBN: 9780761922421
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