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Jaya Latentvar Models Examples

Jaya Latentvar Models Examples

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Multivariate Analysis MSE 20101
Krishnakumar (JHD, 2007)
‡A SEM is estimated using national (aggregate) data.‡Based on the availability of data, three fundamentalcapability dimensions namely knowledge (education),health and political freedom, are considered.‡Data relate to a cross section of middle and low incomecountries across the world for the year 2000 (or the year closest to it i.e. 1999 or 1998 for a few variables).
Multivariate Analysis MSE 20102
Krishnakumar (JHD, 2007)
List of Variables
The latent endogenous variables
:y1*: Knowledgey2*: Healthy3*: Political Freedom‡
The achievement indicators (observed)
:y1: Political Rightsy2: Civil Libertiesy3: Voice and Accountabilityy4: Adult literacy rate (% age 15 and above)y5: Combined primary, secondary and tertiary grossenrolment ratio (%)y6: Life expectancy at birth (years)y7: Infant mortality rate (per 1000 live births)
Multivariate Analysis MSE 20103
ossible exogenous variables (observed)
For the structural part
x1: Government Effectivenessx2: Regulatory Qualityx3: Population using improved water sources (%)x4: Cellular mobile subscribers (per 1000 people)x5: Public expenditure on health ({\%} of GDP)x6: Total debt service (% of GDP)x7: Density (persons per sq.km.)x8: Political Stabilityx9: Population Growth Rate (Annual %)x10: Urban Population Growth Rate (Annual %)x11: Youth Bulge (Pop. Aged 0-14 as a % of Total)x12: Physicians (per 100,000 people)x13: Press Freedomx14: Democracy -Autocracy Indexx15: Total fertility rate (per woman)x16: Foreign direct investment (PPP USD)x17: Gross fixed capital formation (PPP USD)x18: Trade (PPP USD)‡
For the measurement part
w1: Control of Corruptionw2: Rule of Laww3: Population with access to essential drugs (%)w4: Population using adequate sanitation facilities (%)w5: Public expenditure on education (% of GDP)

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