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Julie H. Campbell and Benjamin L. Campbell

way to assess the potential impact of censoring. Censoring at the endpoints ranged from 0% to 1%, except when the IGC was compared with the MM regarding quality and price, which had censoring of 4% and 3%, respectively. A tobit model was used to test

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Giuseppe Timpanaro, Arturo Urso, and Vera T. Foti

then promote new ways of using these resources. It is worth remembering here that the Tobit model is based on the estimation of the coefficients through the method of the maximum likelihood assuming the normal distribution of the dependent variable. The

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Ariana P. Torres, Susan S. Barton, and Bridget K. Behe

on the standard Tobit model, relaxes the Tobit assumption that the factors affecting the decision to invest in online advertising (step 1) have the same effect on the amount invested (step 2). In other words, the double-hurdle model estimates what

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Ariana P. Torres, Alicia L. Rihn, Susan S. Barton, Bridget K. Behe, and Hayk Khachatryan

used to separate these decisions into two stages and estimate online advertising investing and the investment-associated amount. The double-hurdle model, an extension on the standard Tobit model, relaxes the Tobit assumption that the factors affecting

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Rosa E. Raudales, Tracy A. Irani, Charles R. Hall, and Paul R. Fisher

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