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A generalization of Nagin's finite mixture model
Schiltz, Jang mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) > Luxembourg School of Finance (LSF) >]
Dependent data in social sciences research: Forms, issues, and methods of analysis
Stemmler, Mark
von Eye, Alex
Wiedermann, Wolfgang
[en] Statistical Models ; Developmental trajectories ; Generalized Finite Mixture Models ; Trajectory Modeling
[en] We present a generalization of Daniel Nagin’s finite mixture model that
allows non parallel trajectories for different values of covariates. We investigate
some mathematical properties of this model and illustrate its use by giving typical
salary curves for the employees in the private sector in Luxembourg between 1981
and 2006, as a function of their gender, as well as of Luxembourg’s gross domestic
product (GDP).

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