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st: Seemingly unrelated conditional logit

From   Matthew Wibbenmeyer <>
Subject   st: Seemingly unrelated conditional logit
Date   Mon, 14 Feb 2011 11:27:10 -0700

Hi all,

I'm working on a choice modeling project in which wildfire managers
were asked to select their **preferred** management strategy and their
**expected** strategy  given current political and social constraints.
Therefore, I want to compare results from two McFadden's choice models
that are identical in their independent variable but have different
dependent variables (choice_preferred and choice_expected). I think
the way to do this should be to use some sort of seemingly unrelated
regression. Are there any seemingly unrelated regression commands for
conditional logit?


Matt Wibbenmeyer

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