JSM 2011 Online Program

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Activity Details

519 Wed, 8/3/2011, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-A102
Models for Binary and Count Data — Contributed Papers
Business and Economic Statistics Section
Chair(s): Katherine Bennett Ensor, Rice University
10:35 AM Flexible Bivariate Count Data Regression Models Shiferaw Gurmu, Georgia State University ; John Elder, Colorado State University
10:50 AM Doubly Inflated Poisson (DIP) and Related Regression Models Manasi Sheth, Old Dominion University ; N. Rao Chaganty, Old Dominion University
11:05 AM A Semiparametric Approach for Multivariate Longitudinal Count Data Darcy Steeg Morris, Cornell University
11:20 AM On Binomial AR(1) Models Yunwei Cui, University of Houston at Downtown
11:35 AM On the Autopersistence Functions and the Autopersistence Graphs of Binary Autoregressive Time Series Chao Wang, University of Hong Kong ; Wai Keung Li, University of Hong Kong
11:50 AM On the Economic Meaning of Interaction Term Coefficients in Nonlinear Binary Response Regression Models Andrew F. Siegel, University of Washington ; Adam C. Kolasinski, University of Washington
12:05 PM Should We Always Use the Logarithmic Transformation for Positive Response Variables? Shengwu Shang, Michigan State University ; Jeffrey M. Wooldridge, Michigan State University
12:05 PM Floor Discussion

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