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The bivariate Fay-Herriot model is an area-level linear mixed model that can be used for estimating the domain means of two correlated target variables. Under this model, the dependent variables are direct estimators calculated from survey data and the auxiliary variables are true domain means obtained from external data sources. Administrative registers do not always give good auxiliary variables, so that statisticians sometimes take them from alternative surveys and therefore they aredoi:10.1007/s10260-020-00515-9 fatcat:sxmiofqk4jaznpa3goele2c3s4