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Re: simultaneous tobit (formerly Re: st: mixed models)
A paper that *may* address your question is:
Roncek, D.W. 1992. "Learning More from Tobit Coefficients: Extending a
Comparative Analysis of Political Protest." AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
Obviously this paper is a commentary on a previous paper that I think was
also published in ASR. But I do not recall the author of that other paper
so I cannot track down the citation. And I am not sure whether this used
a simultaneous equation approach, either. But, it may have used a
simultaneous equation approach. At any rate, I hope this is helpful.
On Tue, 9 Jul 2002, Kihong Eom wrote:
> Dear Statalist
> Though it is not a technical question, I think you guys are the best person
> to ask.
> I am working on a research involving the two truncated dependent variables
> (dissident demonstration and repression by government) and the nominal
> variable (regime change ). Theory says that the three variables are
> reciprocally related to each other. For example, demonstration increases
> more repression by government, which leads to more demonstration. Since
> data are aggregated by year, I could not distinguish the order.
> Could you give me some advice like reading material or specific method?
> Initially, I was looking for sort of tobit model dealing with simultaneous
> equation system.
> Thank you in advance.
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