A Selection Model for Panel Data: The Prospects of Green Party Support

Spieß M, Kroh M (2010)
Political Analysis 18(2): 172-188.

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Although sample selection bias is a frequent problem of applied research, there has been no generalization of sample selection models with binary dependent variables of interest to data with temporal error correlations. We suggest a generalized estimating equation approach to panel data selection models, considering binary responses in both equations. We demonstrate the utility of this model by a simulation study and by analyzing highly unbalanced annual panel data taken from the German Socio-Economic Panel Study covering two decades of Green party support.
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Spieß M, Kroh M. A Selection Model for Panel Data: The Prospects of Green Party Support. Political Analysis. 2010;18(2):172-188.
Spieß, M., & Kroh, M. (2010). A Selection Model for Panel Data: The Prospects of Green Party Support. Political Analysis, 18(2), 172-188. doi:10.1093/pan/mpp045
Spieß, M., and Kroh, M. (2010). A Selection Model for Panel Data: The Prospects of Green Party Support. Political Analysis 18, 172-188.
Spieß, M., & Kroh, M., 2010. A Selection Model for Panel Data: The Prospects of Green Party Support. Political Analysis, 18(2), p 172-188.
M. Spieß and M. Kroh, “A Selection Model for Panel Data: The Prospects of Green Party Support”, Political Analysis, vol. 18, 2010, pp. 172-188.
Spieß, M., Kroh, M.: A Selection Model for Panel Data: The Prospects of Green Party Support. Political Analysis. 18, 172-188 (2010).
Spieß, Martin, and Kroh, Martin. “A Selection Model for Panel Data: The Prospects of Green Party Support”. Political Analysis 18.2 (2010): 172-188.
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