Michael R Veall

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A large number of different Pseudo-R measures for some common limited 2 dependent variable models are surveyed. Measures include those based solely on the maximized likelihoods with and without the restriction that slope coefficients are zero, those which require further calculations based on parameter estimates of the coefficients and variances and those(More)
A large number of different Pseudo-R measures for some common limited 2 dependent variable models are surveyed. Measures include those based solely on the maximized likelihoods with and without the restriction that slope coefficients are zero, those which require further calculations based on parameter estimates of the coefficients and variances and those(More)
The Program for Research on Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) is an interdisciplinary research program centred at McMaster University with co-investigators at seventeen other universities in Canada and abroad. The SEDAP Research Paper series provides a vehicle for distributing the results of studies undertaken by those associated(More)
The Program for Research on Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) is an interdisciplinary research program centred at McMaster University with co-investigators at seventeen other universities in Canada and abroad. The SEDAP Research Paper series provides a vehicle for distributing the results of studies undertaken by those associated(More)
The evolution of income inequality during the process of development has attracted enormous attention in the economics literature, as well as in the political sphere. Understanding the relative roles of " natural " economic progress such as technological change versus policy interventions such as taxation, redistribution , and regulation in shaping the(More)
  • Thomas K Bauer, Andreas Million, Ralph Rotte, Klaus F Zimmermann, Thomas Bauer, Colin Cameron +9 others
  • 1998
This Discussion Paper is issued within the framework of IZA's research areas Mobility and Flexibility of Labor Markets and The Welfare State and Labor Markets. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author(s) and not those of the institute. Research disseminated by IZA may include views on policy, but the institute itself takes no institutional policy(More)
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