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    1. Schuster, C; O'Malley, PM; Bachman, JG; Johnston, LD; Schulenberg, J
      Adolescent marijuana use and adult occupational attainment: A longitudinalstudy from age 18 to 28

      SUBSTANCE USE & MISUSE
    2. Hakim, S; Rengert, GF; Shachmurove, Y
      Target search of burglars: A revised economic model

      PAPERS IN REGIONAL SCIENCE
    3. Kovacs, JM; Blanco-Correa, M; Flores-Verdugo, F
      A logistic regression model of hurricane impacts in a mangrove forest of the Mexican Pacific

      JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH
    4. Huszar, EJ; Netusil, NR; Shaw, WD
      Contingent valuation of some externalities from mine dewatering

      JOURNAL OF WATER RESOURCES PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT-ASCE
    5. Bhat, CR
      Quasi-random maximum simulated likelihood estimation of the mixed multinomial logit model

      TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART B-METHODOLOGICAL
    6. Layton, AP; Katsuura, M
      Comparison of regime switching, probit and logit models in dating and forecasting US business cycles

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FORECASTING
    7. Jensen, IN; Kristensen, G
      Frequency of nightly wetting alarm treatment of nocturnal and the efficiency of enuresis

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF UROLOGY AND NEPHROLOGY
    8. Albert, JH; Chib, S
      Sequential ordinal modeling with applications to survival data

      BIOMETRICS
    9. Chen, Z; Kuo, L
      A note on the estimation of the multinomial logit model with random effects

      AMERICAN STATISTICIAN
    10. Morey, ER; Breffle, WS; Greene, PA
      Two nested constant-elasticity-of-substitution models of recreational participation and site choice: An "alternatives" model and an "expenditures" model

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
    11. Ghosh, M; Chen, MH; Ghosh, A; Agresti, A
      Hierarchical Bayesian analysis of binary matched pairs data

      STATISTICA SINICA
    12. Mokhtarian, PL; Bagley, MN
      Modeling employees' perceptions and proportional preferences of work locations: the regular workplace and telecommuting alternatives

      TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A-POLICY AND PRACTICE
    13. Kanbayashi, H
      Do gender role attitudes affect aspirations of female high-school students?: A quantitative study on determinants of aspirations of female high-school student

      SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY AND METHODS
    14. Friday, N; Smith, TD; Stevick, PT; Allen, J
      Measurement of photographic quality and individual distinctiveness for thephotographic identification of humpback whales, Megaptera novaeangliae

      MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE
    15. Hernoes, E; Sollie, M; Strom, S
      Early retirement and economic incentives

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS
    16. Perraudin, WRM; Sorensen, BE
      The demand for risky assets: Sample selection and household portfolios

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMETRICS
    17. Bhat, CR
      A multi-level cross-classified model for discrete response variables

      TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART B-METHODOLOGICAL
    18. Zeng, LC
      A heteroscedastic generalized extreme value discrete choice model

      SOCIOLOGICAL METHODS & RESEARCH
    19. Thurner, PW; Eymann, A
      Policy-specific alienation and indifference in the calculus of voting: A simultaneous model of party choice and abstention

      PUBLIC CHOICE
    20. Chen, KD; Hausman, WH
      Technical note: Mathematical properties of the optimal product line selection problem using choice-based conjoint analysis

      MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
    21. Parsons, GR; Plantinga, AJ; Boyle, KJ
      Narrow choice sets in a random utility model of recreation demand

      LAND ECONOMICS
    22. Schimpl-Neimanns, B
      Social origin and educational participation. Empirical analyses of educational inequality by social origin from 1950 to 1989

      KOLNER ZEITSCHRIFT FUR SOZIOLOGIE UND SOZIALPSYCHOLOGIE
    23. Shahian, DM; Yip, W; Westcott, G; Jacobson, J
      Selection of a cardiac surgery provider in the managed care era

      JOURNAL OF THORACIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY
    24. Lukashin, YP
      Econometric analysis of managers' judgements on the determinants of the financial situation in Russia

      ECONOMICS OF PLANNING
    25. Wegulo, SN; Sun, P; Martinson, CA; Yang, XB
      Spread of Sclerotinia stem rot of soybean from area and point sources of apothecial inoculum

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    26. Menard, S
      Coefficients of determination for multiple logistic regression analysis

      AMERICAN STATISTICIAN
    27. Chen, MH; Shao, QM
      Propriety of posterior distribution for dichotomous quantal response models

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY
    28. Shaw, WD; Shonkwiler, JS
      Brand choice and purchase frequency revisited: An application to recreation behavior

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
    29. Basak, I
      The logit model analysis for the pairwise comparisons in ratio scale

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES, VOL. 20, NOS 3 AND 4
    30. Firth, D; Payne, C; Payne, J
      Efficacy of programmes for the unemployed: discrete time modelling of duration data from a matched comparison study

      JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY SERIES A-STATISTICS IN SOCIETY
    31. Lipton, DW; Hicks, R
      Boat location choice: The role of boating quality and excise taxes

      COASTAL MANAGEMENT
    32. Abe, M
      A generalized additive model for discrete-choice data

      JOURNAL OF BUSINESS & ECONOMIC STATISTICS
    33. Malhotra, NK; Peterson, M; Kleiser, SB
      Marketing research: A state-of-the-art review and directions for the twenty-first century

      JOURNAL OF THE ACADEMY OF MARKETING SCIENCE
    34. Rich, LM
      Family welfare receipt, welfare benefit levels, and the schooling and employment status of male youth

      SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH
    35. Herriges, JA; Kling, CL
      Nonlinear income effects in random utility models

      REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS
    36. Shaw, WD; Feather, P
      Possibilities for including the opportunity cost of time in recreation demand systems

      LAND ECONOMICS
    37. Maiti, J; Bhattacherjee, A
      Evaluation of risk of occupational injuries among underground coal mine workers through multinomial logit analysis

      JOURNAL OF SAFETY RESEARCH
    38. Cooper, AB; Millspaugh, JJ
      The application of discrete choice models to wildlife resource selection studies

      ECOLOGY
    39. Agresti, A; Liu, IM
      Modeling a categorical variable allowing arbitrarily many category choices

      BIOMETRICS
    40. PICARD G; GAUDRY M
      EXPLORATION OF A BOX COX LOGIT MODEL OF INTERCITY FREIGHT MODE CHOICE

      TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART E-LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORTATION REVIEW
    41. VOSSLER CA; ESPEY J; SHAW WD
      TRICK OR TREAT - AN OFFER TO OBTAIN METERED WATER

      Journal of the american water resources association
    42. BHAT CR
      ACCOMMODATING VARIATIONS IN RESPONSIVENESS TO LEVEL-OF-SERVICE MEASURES IN TRAVEL MODE CHOICE MODELING

      Transportation research. Part A, Policy and practice
    43. BIORN E; GOLOMBEK R; RAKNERUD A
      ENVIRONMENTAL-REGULATIONS AND PLANT EXIT - A LEGIT ANALYSIS BASED ON ESTABLISHMENT PANEL-DATA

      Environmental & resource economics
    44. CHINTAGUNTA PK; PRASAD AR
      AN EMPIRICAL-INVESTIGATION OF THE DYNAMIC MCFADDEN MODEL OF PURCHASE TIMING AND BRAND CHOICE - IMPLICATIONS FOR MARKET-STRUCTURE

      Journal of business & economic statistics
    45. ARASAN VT; RENGARAJU VR; RAO KVK
      MODE CHOICE FOR WORK JOURNEYS OF URBAN TRAVELERS OWNING MOTORIZED VEHICLES IN INDIA

      Transportation planning and technology (Print)
    46. IWASAKI S; TONE K
      A SEARCH MODEL WITH SUBJECTIVE JUDGMENTS - AUDITING OF INCORRECT TAX DECLARATIONS

      Omega
    47. MACKINNON JG; SMITH AA
      APPROXIMATE BIAS CORRECTION IN ECONOMETRICS

      Journal of econometrics
    48. ERLANDER S
      EFFICIENCY AND THE LOGIT MODEL

      Annals of operation research
    49. BHAT CR
      ACCOMMODATING FLEXIBLE SUBSTITUTION PATTERNS IN MULTIDIMENSIONAL CHOICE MODELING - FORMULATION AND APPLICATION TO TRAVEL MODE AND DEPARTURETIME CHOICE

      Transportation research. Part B: methodological
    50. STROUD TWF; SYKES AM; WITT SF
      FORECASTING A COLLECTION OF BINOMIAL PROPORTIONS IN THE PRESENCE OF COVARIATES

      International journal of forecasting
    51. KAMSTRA M; KENNEDY P
      COMBINING QUALITATIVE FORECASTS USING LOGIT

      International journal of forecasting
    52. JAIBI MR; TENRAA T
      AN ASYMPTOTIC FOUNDATION FOR LOGIT-MODELS

      Regional science and urban economics
    53. JAIBI MR; TENRAA T
      THE ADDITIVE STRUCTURE OF UTILITY IN DISCRETE-CHOICE MODELS

      Regional science and urban economics
    54. FRANKS JR
      PREDICTING FINANCIAL STRESS IN FARM BUSINESSES

      European review of agricultural economics
    55. MATSUKAWA I; ITO N
      HOUSEHOLD OWNERSHIP OF ELECTRIC ROOM AIR-CONDITIONERS

      Energy economics
    56. JISKOOT H; BOYLE P; MURRAY T
      THE INCIDENCE OF GLACIER SURGING IN SVALBARD - EVIDENCE FROM MULTIVARIATE-STATISTICS

      Computers & geosciences
    57. FRY TRL; HARRIS MN
      TESTING FOR INDEPENDENCE OF IRRELEVANT ALTERNATIVES - SOME EMPIRICAL RESULTS

      Sociological methods & research
    58. MOLERO J
      PATTERNS OF INTERNATIONALIZATION OF SPANISH INNOVATIVE FIRMS

      Research policy
    59. BARTHOLOMEW DJ
      SCALING UNOBSERVABLE CONSTRUCTS IN SOCIAL-SCIENCE

      Applied Statistics
    60. FORTNEY J; ROST K; ZHANG ML
      A JOINT CHOICE MODEL OF THE DECISION TO SEEK DEPRESSION TREATMENT ANDCHOICE OF PROVIDER SECTOR

      Medical care
    61. HENSHER DA
      ESTABLISHING A FARE ELASTICITY REGIME FOR URBAN PASSENGER TRANSPORT

      Journal of transport economics and policy
    62. Gilbert, PB; Self, SG; Ashby, MA
      Statistical methods for assessing differential vaccine protection against human immunodeficiency virus types

      BIOMETRICS
    63. RAO CAR; RAO MS; REDDY YVR
      PREDICTING THE ADOPTION OF PLANT-PROTECTION MEASURES BY FARMERS USINGA LOGIT MODEL

      International journal of pest management
    64. NGUYENDINH H
      A SOCIOECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE DETERMINANTS OF FERTILITY - THE CASE OF VIETNAM

      Journal of population economics
    65. GONZALEZCABAN A; LOOMIS J
      ECONOMIC-BENEFITS OF MAINTAINING ECOLOGICAL INTEGRITY OF RIO-MAMEYES,IN PUERTO-RICO

      Ecological economics
    66. XU Z; BENGSTON DN
      TRENDS IN NATIONAL FOREST VALUES AMONG FORESTRY PROFESSIONALS, ENVIRONMENTALISTS, AND THE NEWS MEDIA, 1982-1993

      Society & natural resources
    67. LAU K; KAGAN A; POST GV
      MARKET SHARE MODELING WITHIN A SWITCHING REGRESSION FRAMEWORK

      Omega
    68. GENSCH DH; GHOSE S
      DIFFERENCES IN INDEPENDENCE OF IRRELEVANT ALTERNATIVES AT INDIVIDUAL VS AGGREGATE LEVELS, AND AT SINGLE PAIR VS FULL CHOICE SET

      Omega
    69. CHOI KH; MOON CG
      GENERALIZED EXTREME-VALUE MODEL AND ADDITIVELY SEPARABLE GENERATOR FUNCTION

      Journal of econometrics
    70. ANANTH CV; KLEINBAUM DG
      REGRESSION-MODELS FOR ORDINAL RESPONSES - A REVIEW OF METHODS AND APPLICATIONS

      International journal of epidemiology
    71. LEE CK
      VALUATION OF NATURE-BASED TOURISM RESOURCES USING DICHOTOMOUS CHOICE CONTINGENT VALUATION METHOD

      Tourism management
    72. CALDAS MAF; BLACK IG
      FORMULATING A METHODOLOGY FOR MODELING REVEALED PREFERENCE DISCRETE-CHOICE DATA - THE SELECTIVELY REPLICATED LOGIT ESTIMATION

      Transportation research. Part B: methodological
    73. EYMANN A; RONNING G
      MICROECONOMETRIC MODELS OF TOURISTS DESTINATION CHOICE

      Regional science and urban economics
    74. FRIDSTROM L; ELVIK R
      THE BARELY REVEALED PREFERENCE BEHIND ROAD INVESTMENT PRIORITIES

      Public choice
    75. KEITH DA
      COMBINED EFFECTS OF HEAT-SHOCK, SMOKE AND DARKNESS ON GERMINATION OF EPACRIS-STUARTII STAPF., AN ENDANGERED FIRE-PRONE AUSTRALIAN SHRUB

      Oecologia
    76. YANAGAWA T; KIKUCHI Y; BROWN KG
      NO-OBSERVED-ADVERSE-EFFECT LEVELS IN SEVERITY DATA

      Journal of the American Statistical Association
    77. FAHRMEIR L; PRITSCHER L
      REGRESSION-ANALYSIS OF FOREST DAMAGE BY MARGINAL MODELS FOR CORRELATED ORDINAL RESPONSES

      Environmental and ecological statistics
    78. TUOMOLA E; RITA H; KUISMA P; SOMERSALO S; PEHU E; JOKINEN K; VALKONEN JPT
      OCCURRENCE OF COMMON SCAB IN POTATO-TUBERS ALTER FOLIAR TREATMENT WITH GLYCINEBETAINE UNDER GLASSHOUSE CONDITIONS

      Agricultural and food science in Finland
    79. TEMBON AC
      HEALTH-CARE PROVIDER CHOICE - THE NORTH-WEST PROVINCE OF CAMEROON

      The International journal of health planning and management
    80. HAMED MM; ABDELWAHAB WM
      EFFECT OF GOVERNMENT POLICIES AND VEHICLE MARKETING STRATEGIES ON HOUSEHOLD VEHICLE DEMAND AND FUEL CONSUMPTION

      Canadian journal of civil engineering
    81. WEILER WC
      FACTORS INFLUENCING THE MATRICULATION CHOICES OF HIGH ABILITY STUDENTS

      Economics of education review
    82. FRY TRL; HARRIS MN
      A MONTE-CARLO STUDY OF TESTS FOR THE INDEPENDENCE OF IRRELEVANT ALTERNATIVES PROPERTY

      Transportation research. Part B: methodological
    83. LIU IM; AGRESTI A
      MANTEL-HAENSZEL-TYPE INFERENCE FOR CUMULATIVE ODDS RATIOS WITH A STRATIFIED ORDINAL RESPONSE

      Biometrics
    84. ODONNELL CJ; CONNOR DH
      PREDICTING THE SEVERITY OF MOTOR-VEHICLE ACCIDENT INJURIES USING MODELS OF ORDERED MULTIPLE-CHOICE

      Accident analysis and prevention
    85. GARCIA CV; WOODARD PM; TITUS SJ; ADAMOWICZ WL; LEE BS
      A LOGIT MODEL FOR PREDICTING THE DAILY OCCURRENCE OF HUMAN CAUSED FOREST-FIRES

      International journal of wildland fire
    86. LEE MLT; ROSS RA; ONDERDONK AB
      DEMONSTRATION OF MICROBIAL SUBGROUPS AMONG NORMAL VAGINAL MICROBIOTA DATA

      Microbial ecology in health and disease
    87. SIEGEL E; DOWLATABADI H; SMALL MJ
      A PROBABILISTIC MODEL OF ECOSYSTEM PREVALENCE

      Journal of biogeography
    88. DELLAERT B; BORGERS A; TIMMERMANS H
      A DAY IN THE CITY - USING CONJOINT CHOICE EXPERIMENTS TO MODEL URBAN TOURISTS CHOICE OF ACTIVITY PACKAGES

      Tourism management
    89. HAUSMAN JA; LEONARD GK; MCFADDEN D
      A UTILITY-CONSISTENT, COMBINED DISCRETE-CHOICE AND COUNT DATA MODEL ASSESSING RECREATIONAL USE LOSSES DUE TO NATURAL-RESOURCE DAMAGE

      Journal of public economics
    90. GOLDBERG PK
      PRODUCT DIFFERENTIATION AND OLIGOPOLY IN INTERNATIONAL MARKETS - THE CASE OF THE UNITED-STATES AUTOMOBILE-INDUSTRY

      Econometrica
    91. SKAGGS RK; KIRKSEY RE; HARPER WM
      DETERMINANTS AND IMPLICATIONS OF POST-CRP LAND-USE DECISIONS

      Journal of agricultural and resource economics
    92. HARTMAN RS; NAQVI ZF
      ESTIMATION OF HOUSEHOLD PREFERENCES FOR LONG-DISTANCE TELECOMMUNICATIONS CARRIER

      Journal of regulatory economics
    93. JAIN DC; VILCASSIM NJ; CHINTAGUNTA PK
      A RANDOM-COEFFICIENTS LOGIT BRAND-CHOICE MODEL APPLIED TO PANEL-DATA

      Journal of business & economic statistics
    94. SMALL KA
      APPROXIMATE GENERALIZED EXTREME-VALUE MODELS OF DISCRETE-CHOICE

      Journal of econometrics
    95. UNO T; SUGII T; HAYASHI M
      LOGIT MODEL FOR RIVER LEVEE STABILITY EVALUATION CONSIDERING THE FLOOD RETURN PERIOD

      Structural safety
    96. MERRIMAN D; HELLERSTEIN D
      COMPENSATION FOR COMMUTES IN THE LAND AND LABOR-MARKETS - SOME EVIDENCE FROM THE TOKYO METROPOLITAN-AREA

      Journal of regional science
    97. HUGHES G; MCCORMICK B
      DID MIGRATION IN THE 1980S NARROW THE NORTH-SOUTH DIVIDE

      Economica
    98. VANDEVEER ML; LOEHMAN ET
      FARMER RESPONSE TO MODIFIED CROP INSURANCE - A CASE-STUDY OF CORN IN INDIANA

      American journal of agricultural economics
    99. JOHNES J; TAYLOR J; FRANCIS B
      THE RESEARCH PERFORMANCE OF UK UNIVERSITIES - A STATISTICAL-ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS OF THE 1989 RESEARCH SELECTIVITY EXERCISE

      Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A. Statistics in society
    100. HARDIE BGS; JOHNSON EJ; FADER PS
      MODELING LOSS AVERSION AND REFERENCE DEPENDENCE EFFECTS ON BRAND CHOICE

      Marketing science


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