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Logit and Probit
Ordered and Multinomial Models



November 2001 | 104 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Many problems in the social sciences are amenable to analysis using the analytical tools of logit and probit models. Within this genre an important class of models are those of ordered and of multinomial models. This book explains what ordered and multinomial models are and also shows how to apply them to analyzing issues in the social sciences.
 
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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Vani Kant Borooah

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