Seemingly unrelated negative binomial regression

@inproceedings{Winkelmann2000SeeminglyUN,
  title={Seemingly unrelated negative binomial regression},
  author={Rainer Winkelmann},
  year={2000}
}
This paper discusses the specification and estimation of seemingly unrelated multivariate count data models. A new model with negative binomial marginals is proposed. In contrast to a previous model based on the multivariate Poisson distribution, the new model allows for over-dispersion, a phenomenon that is frequently encountered in economic count data. Semi-parametric estimation is possible if some of the assumption of the fully specified model are violated. 

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