Rules of thumb for comparing multinomial logit and multinomial probit coefficients
Stern, Steven (1989) Rules of thumb for comparing multinomial logit and multinomial probit coefficients. Economics Letters, 31(3), pp. 235-238.
A rule of thumb is suggested for comparing multinomial logit coefficients with multinomial probit coefficients in the special case where the normal errors are distributed N(0,1). The rule is a generalization of the '1.6' rule for comparing logit and probit coefficients. © 1989.
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