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Re: st: RE:multicollinearity in mlogit

From   SR Millis <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: RE:multicollinearity in mlogit
Date   Mon, 30 May 2005 15:52:44 -0700 (PDT)

Colliniarity is an issue among your predictor
variables--not your dependent variable. Hence, you can
simply fit an OLS model--and examine your conditions
indexes and VIFs to examine the extent of
multicollinearity among your predictor variables.

SR Millis

--- "Yatawara, Ravi" <[email protected]> wrote:

> Folks,
> I have a dependent variable which is 3 possible
> trade policy stances.
> (status quo, liberalize or increase protection) for
> 40 countries for 30
> years each.
> The independent variables are alternate forms of
> crisis and a political
> variable for government change. The govt change
> variable is
> statistically significant- the crisis variables are
> not.
> The issue with a referee is that maybe crisis is
> causing the government
> change.
> I have dropped govt change , and the crisis
> variables do not  become
> significant.
> I estimated a logit model of govt change using the
> crisis variables as
> independent  variables  and carried out an F test to
> determine
> collinaerity
> Fk-2,n-k+1= [R squared/(k-2)]/ [1-R squared/(n-k+1)
> Where k= numberof explanatory variables including
> intercept.
> My questions are 1) is this sufficient under a
> multinomial framework and
> 2) are there better altenatives  I should
> investigate.
> Any feedback will be much  appreciated!
> Thanks
> Ravi
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Scott R Millis, PhD, MEd, ABPP (CN & RP)
Director of Research - Dept of PM&R
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Rehabilitation Institute of Medicine
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