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st: Further: Does your academic discipline use logit regressionswith interaction terms?
A neighbor, Eric Powers <firstname.lastname@example.org> asks:
>> Hi, does your academic discipline typically use logit (or probit)
>> regressions with interaction terms? If so, then you may be able to
"Cheesman, Fred" <email@example.com>
> Take a look at Nagler, J. (1994). SCOBIT: An Alternative Estimator
> Logit and Probit. American Journal of Political Science, 38,
> recommends the skewed logit (hence SCOBIT) approach in any analysis
> or Probit-type) involving interactions.
In this thread, commend to all: Christopher H. Achen, "Toward a New
Methodology: Microfoundations and ART", Annual Review of Political
Science 5 (2002): 423-50.
He examines Nagler quite directly, but thoughtfully raises larger
Mark E. Tompkins
Dept. of Government and International Studies
University of South Carolina
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