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Second, I use logistic regression models instead of multinomial logit models.
We then used a multinomial logit model to regress our outcome variable on the LTC type variable and the predictor variables.
The two-step decision process (first, the decision to change; second, the choice of cash balance versus termination) leads to several possible choice models, including a nested logit, conditional logit, and multinomial logit models.
Below is the multinomial logit model, where the categorical (unordered) variable A refers to the four disclosure-choices groups in Panel A of Table IV.
Thus, I also present estimates from a multinomial logit (MNL) model, by expanding my sample to include women who are not employed.
The first model, based on stock returns, is a multinomial logit model.
12) In order to measure this kind of predictive efficiency of the Italian soccer wagering market, I used a multinomial logit analysis.
To distinguish between the different forms of unemployment exit, I turn to a multinomial logit model that takes reemployment, labor force exit, and continued unemployment as possible outcomes.