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Re: st: question simultaneous probit equations


From   Raluca Prelipceanu <raluca.prelipceanu@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: question simultaneous probit equations
Date   Fri, 30 Nov 2012 18:03:58 +0100

Thank you, David. Sorry I was not very clear in my first message.
Because I have a first paper with a model like the one I mentioned
husband and wife take their decision jointly. I saw a paper estimating
this by maximum likelihood but I am not sure how and another one doing
the same thing by minimum distance estimator.

Second, I have another paper where I decide first if I work or not and
then I make a decision on the location of my work place. The model is
like that:
 y=0 if I do not work and y=1 if I work
If y=1 one can make three different choices. Each of the three
probabilities will depend on having chosen y=1 at step one. The
question was how can I estimate this?

Thank you,
Raluca
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