[Limdep Nlogit List] bivariate probit selection

Brendan Cushing-Daniels bdaniels at gettysburg.edu
Wed Nov 28 08:38:54 EST 2007

Actually, while I'm at it, may I ask if anyone can point me in the
direction of a sample selection model that corrects for an endogenous
RHS variable at the same time?  For example, suppose I am estimating a
wage equation controlling for selection bias into full-time work, but I
also want to allow for the possibility that marital status is

Thanks, again.


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I am trying to estimate a model in which there are two selection
problems.  Intuitively, it seems to me that a bivariate probit selection
rule is the way to handle this.  I see in the LIMDEP help file under
SELECTION that another model based on the original framework is the
Bivariate Probit Selection Rule, but I can't find further information on
this either in the electronic help menu or in my LIMDEP manuals.  Can
anyone point me in the right direction for the specification of this
model and for the technical details?



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