We used distributed lag models (Almon 1965; Pope and Schwartz 1996; Schwartz 2000) under the framework of a negative binomial regression model (Hilbe 2007) and generalized estimating equations (Hardin and Hilbe 2003) to assess the regression coefficients measuring the association between 30-min P[M.
What does NBRM stand for?
NBRM stands for Negative Binomial Regression Model
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The authors used a negative binomial regression model with total crashes as a dependent variable and a set of three financial variables (cash flow ratio, operating ratio, and labor expenses per revenue ratio).
The number of injuries, a count variable, is analyzed with a negative binomial regression model with conditional firm effects.
PRM]) In the next section, I discuss the appropriateness of using the negative binomial regression model in this study based on the likelihood ratio test.
The Appendix provides a technical explanation of the negative binomial regression model used.
Cameron and Trivedi (1986) provide a detailed discussion of the negative binomial regression model and its relationship to the Poisson regression model.