Simultaneity in Binary Outcome Models with an Application to Employment for Couples

  title={Simultaneity in Binary Outcome Models with an Application to Employment for Couples},
  author={Bo E. Honor'e and Luojia Hu and Ekaterini Kyriazidou and Martin P. Weidner},
  journal={SSRN Electronic Journal},
Two of Peter Schmidt’s many contributions to econometrics have been to introduce a simultaneous logit model for bivariate binary outcomes and to study estimation of dynamic linear fixed effects panel data models using short panels. In this paper, we study a dynamic panel data version of the bivariate model introduced in Schmidt and Strauss (1975) that allows for lagged dependent variables and fixed effects as in Ahn and Schmidt (1995). We combine a conditional likelihood approach with a method of… 



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