Logistic Regression Models

Logistic regression models and other econometric methods for estimating relationships and causal linkages between a categorical dependent variable and independent variables are important tools and techniques to explore variety of social and economic conditions. In this simple tutorial, we will explain to show when to use a given regression model for a given situation with Stata as a main software and sometimes Eviews.

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Logistic Regression Model

Logistic Regression Model is applied to analyse the effect of some independent variables on the likelihood of favorable outcome against the non-favorable in a binary dependent variable (binomial and dichotomous variable). It means when the dependent variable in a regression model has two possible values like (Yes, No) or (1 , 0), then we use Logistic Regression. The logistic regression model can be used to estimate the effect of independent variables on the likelihood of outcomes in form of coefficients or odds ratio. The reporting objective of coefficients and odds ratio are different in nature, though.

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Using Stata for Logistic Regression Models
Click File, Open and locate to open data file
Click on Statistic, Click on Binary outcomes
To estimate coefficients, Click on Report Outcomes
To estimate Odds Ratios, click on Odds Ratio
Follow the windows, and select DepVar and IndepVars
Click on options, select any and click on OK to finish.

Multinomial Logistic Regression

Multinomial Logistic Regression Models is used to analyse the effect of some independent variables on the likelihood of favorable outcome against the non-favorable in a categorical dependent variable (multiple categories where each category is taken as a binary outcome). The multinomial logistic regression model can be used to estimate the effect of independent variables on the likelihood of outcomes in form of coefficients or odds ratio. The reporting objective of coefficients and odds ratio are different in nature, though.

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Use Stata for Multinomial Logistic Regression Models
Click File, Open and locate to open data file
Click on Statistic, Click on Categorical outcomes
Then click on Multinomial Logistic Regression
To estimate, select the DepVar and IndepVar
Click on Options, select relevant options
To finish the estimation, click on OK to finish.

Ordered Logistic Regression

Ordered Logistic Regression Models is used to analyse the effect of some independent variables on the likelihood of favorable outcome against the non-favorable in a categorical dependent variable where the categories can be ordered. The ordered logistic regression model is used to estimate the effect of independent variables on the likelihood of outcomes where the odds of occurrences for outcomes is rank-able. The reporting objective of coefficients and odds ratio are different in nature, though but the estimation itself remains very important.

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Using Stata for Ordered Logistic Regression Models
Click File, Open and locate to open data file
Click on Statistic, Click on Ordinal outcomes
Then click on Ordered Logistic Regression
To estimate, select the DepVar and IndepVar
Click on Options, select relevant options
To finish the estimation, click on OK to finish.

Panel Data Logistic Regression Models

Panel Data Logistic Regression Models is used to analyse the effect of some independent variables on the likelihood of favorable outcome against the non-favorable in a binary or binomial variable . The ordered logistic regression model for panel data is used to estimate the effect of independent variables on the likelihood of outcomes on a panel structure of data. The reporting objective of coefficients and odds ratio are different in nature, though but the estimation itself remains very important because the variations are over t across i..

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Using Stata for Ordered Logistic Regression Models
Click File, Open and locate to open data file
Click on Statistic, Click on Longitudinal/panel data
Then click on Binary Outcomes
Then click on Logistic Regression (FE, RE etc)
Select your depvar and indepvar and other options
To finish the estimation, click on OK.
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Structural Equation Modeling using SPSS AMOS

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Structural Equation Modeling using SPSS AMOS is advanced level research course aiming to train PhD and MS students in Economics, Business, Finance and Social Sciences to develop modeling skills for analysis of latent variables and observed variables with multi-equation and endogenous covariates. The course also aims to use SPSS and AMOS at advanced level.

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Structural Equation Modeling using SPSS AMOS is an online, private and instructor led course from AnEc Center for Econometrics Research led by Professor Anees Muhammad since 2010.

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Econometric Models Selection

In this simple outline on the issue of commonly raised douts on how to select an economic model, I would like to sum the issue in this 300 words article. Econometric Models Selection is one key problem for all. The model selection is based on the type of data and type of variables. Here, we mention an order following which helps an econometric model strategy development for us. We assume to use Panel data to develop econometric model selection strategy. Initially, to determine the right set of models, the nature of data structure for the panel data follows like this: A. Check data structure. 1. if N>T, then follows B series of steps. 2. If T>N, then follow the steps in C series.

If we assume the panel data has N sufficiently greater than T, then simple panel data or instrumental/GMM models for panel data can be achieved using the following order. This helps in Econometric Models selection looking into the key steps of the econometric analysis of the given panel data.

For Case 1, follow these steps.
B1. The first stepOLS
B2. RE/FE
B3. Hausman
B4. Assumptions of RE or FE from B3.
B5. Endogeneity Tests
B6. Instrumental Regression
B7. GMM if seens dynamics/autocorrelation in B4.

If the data at hands is such that T is sufficiently larger than N, the panel time series structure will be evidenced and hence our econometric models selection strategy will follow the following procedures. The unit roots and cointegration is for panel time series data which are also sometimes considered as longer time panel data or longer panel data. In such cases, the time series properties in estimators are heavily observed and hence the steps to select an econometric models selection strategy will include these.
For Case 2, follow these steps
C1. Unit Root
C2. Cointegration
C3. VECM


Panel Data, Time Series and Cross Sectional Data

If you have on entity (N=1) like one country, one company, one person etc and you collect data about this entity for many time periods (T=many), it is called Time Series Data. For example if we download data on GDP, Consumption, Investment, Savings, Exports and Imports for from world bank indicators (data.worldbank.org) for Pakistan only and 30 year, this will be N=Pakistan and T=(1970 to 2000) which defines the data is time series data.

If you many entities (N=many) like 10 countries, 100 companies and 1000 persons etc and you collect data about these entities for one time period (T=1), then it is called cross sectional data. Similar to earlier example of (World Bank Data), if we download data for 50 countries for only year 2010, then it becomes cross section data. For example, if I collect data for GDP, Consumption, Investment, Savings, Exports and Imports for Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, American Samoa, Andorra, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Arab World , Argentina , Armenia , Aruba , Australia , Austria , Azerbaijan , Bahamas, The , Bahrain , Bangladesh , Barbados , Belarus , Belgium , Belize , Benin , Bermuda , Bhutan, Bolivia , Bosnia and Herzegovina , Botswana , Brazil , British Virgin Islands, Brunei Darussalam , Bulgaria, Burkina Faso for the year 2010, then it can be cross sectional data.

If you have many entities (N=many) and collect data about these many entities for many time periods (T=many), it is called Cross Sectional Time Series data. So, if we collect data onGDP, Consumption, Investment, Savings, Exports and Imports for Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, American Samoa, Andorra, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Arab World , Argentina , Armenia , Aruba , Australia , Austria , Azerbaijan , Bahamas, The , Bahrain , Bangladesh , Barbados , Belarus , Belgium , Belize , Benin , Bermuda , Bhutan, Bolivia , Bosnia and Herzegovina , Botswana , Brazil , British Virgin Islands, Brunei Darussalam , Bulgaria, Burkina Faso for the year 2000 to 2010, it will be panel data. Note, panel data might include T>N or N>T so selection of a relevant method can decided here:

panel data methods

panel data methods

Note panel data is what entities remains same over the time periods. Logitudinal data might contain some entities to appear only in one or the other time periods.