Data on budget shares of alcohol and tobacco for 2724 Belgian households, taken from the Belgian household budget survey of 1995/96.
A data frame containing 2724 observations on 9 variables.
Budget share of alcohol.
Budget share of tobacco.
10-year age intervals ranging from 0 (younger than 30) to 4 (60 or older).
Number of adults.
Number of old kids (2 years or older).
Number of young kinds (younger than 2 years).
Factor indicating occupation of household head
"blue" collar worker,
"white" collar worker, or
Factor indicating region of residence (Dutch-speaking
"wallonie", or bilingual
Supplementary material for Verbeek (2004), originally provided by the National Institute of Statistics (NIS), Belgium.
Verbeek, M. (2004). A Guide to Modern Econometrics, 2nd ed. Chichester, UK: John Wiley.
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data("AlcoholTobacco", package = "htobit2017") ## homoscedastic tobit model for budget share of alcohol ma <- htobit(alcohol ~ (age + adults) * log(expenditure) + oldkids + youngkids, data = AlcoholTobacco) summary(ma) ## homoscedastic tobit model for budget share of tobacco mt <- htobit(tobacco ~ (age + adults) * log(expenditure) + oldkids + youngkids, data = AlcoholTobacco) summary(mt)
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