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Diskussionspapiere 241 / 2001

Do Probit Models Help in Forecasting Turning Points in German Business Cycles?

In diesem Artikel wird ein Datensatz benutzt, mit dem auch in einer begleitenden Untersuchung die Frühindikatoreigenschaften verschiedener Reihen für den deutschen Konjunkturzyklus getestet wurden. Um die Fähigkeit, Rezessionen zu prognostizieren, zu testen, wird der von Estrella/Mishkin vorgeschlagene Ansatz benutzt. Für die Einteilung der Konjunkturphasen wurde auf Artis et. al. (1997) zurückgegriffen. ...

2001| Ulrich Fritsche
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 1 / 2001

Proceedings of the 2000 Fourth International Conference of German Socio-Economic Panel Study Users (GSOEP 2000): Editorial Introduction

2001| Elke Holst, Dean R. Lillard, Thomas A. DiPrete
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 1 / 2001

The German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP) after More than 15 Years: Overview

The German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP) is an interdisciplinary longitudinal study of private households for the representative analysis and interpretation of social and economic behavior in the Federal Republic of Germany. As a longitudinal survey, the GSOEP primarily aims to collect information on stability and changes over time at the micro level of individuals, households and families. Because ...

2001| SOEP Group
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 3 / 2000

Evaluation Culture(s) in Europe: Differences and Convergence between National Practices

Gibt es Unterschiede, wie europäische Länder Evaluationen durchführen und nutzen? Dies bedarf einer qualifizierten Antwort. Evaluation hat sich in verschiedenen Perioden und unter unterschiedlichen externen und internen Einflüssen von Land zu Land in verschiedenem Umfang entwickelt. Zu den externen Einflussfaktoren gehören PPBS, internationale professionelle Netzwerke, die europäischen Strukturfonds ...

2000| Jacques Toulemonde
Diskussionspapiere 214 / 2000

Do Current Income and Annual Income Measures Provide Different Pictures of Britain's Income Distribution?

Most UK surveys, including those used each year to derive the official UK income distribution statistics ('Households Below Average Income'), provide measures of current household income rather than annual household income, which is the measure used in most other countries. Using British Household Panel Survey data, we examine whether estimates of Britain's income distribution and its trends are sensitive ...

2000| René Böheim, Stephen P. Jenkins
Diskussionspapiere 215 / 2000

Evaluation of a Pseudo-R2 Measure for Panel Probit Models

A simulation study designed to evaluate the pseudo-R2 T proposed by Spiess and Keller (1999) suggests that this measure represents the goodness- of-fit not only of the systematic part, but also of the assumed correlation structure in binary panel probit models.

2000| Martin Spiess
Diskussionspapiere 218 / 2000

A Generalized Estimating/Pseudo-Score Equations Approach for the Estimation of Structural Equation Models

The results of two simulation studies suggest a mixed 'generalized estimating/pseudo-score equations' approach to lead to more efficient estimators than a GEE approach proposed by Qu, Williams, Beck and Medendorp (1992) or a three-stage approach as proposed e.g. by Schepers, Arminger and Küsters (1991) in panel probit models with binary responses. Furthermore, the mixed approach led to very efficient ...

2000| Martin Spiess
Diskussionspapiere 219 / 2000

Estimating Welfare Indices: Household Weights and Sample Design

2000| Frank A. Cowell, Stephen P. Jenkins
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A Comparison of Different Methods for the Estimation of Regression Models with Correlated Binary Responses

In: Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 33 (2000), S. 439-455 | Martin Spieß, Alfred Hamerle
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