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Volume 179, issue 4, 2016

Preface to the papers on ‘health econometrics’ pp. 883-884 Downloads
A. Chevalier, Francesco Moscone and J. Mullahy
Do market incentives for hospitals affect health and service utilization?: evidence from prospective pay system–diagnosis-related groups tariffs in Italian regions pp. 885-905 Downloads
Lorenzo Cappellari, Anna De Paoli and Gilberto Turati
The association between asymmetric information, hospital competition and quality of healthcare: evidence from Italy pp. 907-926 Downloads
Paolo Berta, Gianmaria Martini, Francesco Moscone and Giorgio Vittadini
Healthcare facility choice and user fee abolition: regression discontinuity in a multinomial choice setting pp. 927-950 Downloads
Steven Koch and Jeffrey Racine
A quasi-Monte-Carlo comparison of parametric and semiparametric regression methods for heavy-tailed and non-normal data: an application to healthcare costs pp. 951-974 Downloads
Andrew Jones, James Lomas, Peter T. Moore and Nigel Rice
Phantoms never die: living with unreliable population data pp. 975-1005 Downloads
Andrew J. G. Cairns, David Blake, Kevin Dowd and Amy R. Kessler
Integrated modelling of age and sex patterns of European migration pp. 1007-1024 Downloads
Arkadiusz Wiśniowski, Jonathan J. Forster, Peter W. F. Smith, Jakub Bijak and James Raymer
The stability of ethnic identity in England and Wales 2001–2011 pp. 1025-1049 Downloads
Ludi Simpson, Stephen Jivraj and James Warren
Short- and long-run estimates of the local effects of retirement on health pp. 1051-1067 Downloads
Eduardo Fé and Bruce Hollingsworth
Using auto-regressive logit models to forecast the exceedance probability for financial risk management pp. 1069-1092 Downloads
James W. Taylor and Keming Yu
Reconsidering the effect of family size on labour supply: the twin problems of the twin birth instrument pp. 1093-1115 Downloads
Nils Braakmann and John Wildman
Mathematical Statistics: Basic Ideas and Selected Topics, 2nd edn, vols I and II P. J. Bickel and K. A. Doksum, 2015 Boca Raton, Chapman and Hall–CRC xxii + 548 pp., $99.95 (vol. I); 438 pp., $99.95 (vol. II) ISBN 978-1-498-72380-0 pp. 1128-1129 Downloads
Darryl Neil Penenberg
Statistical Analysis and Data Display: an Intermediate Course with Examples in R, 2nd edn R. M. Heiberger and B. Holland, 2015 New York, Springer xxxii + 898 pp., $79.99 ISBN 978-1-493-92122-5 pp. 1129-1130 Downloads
Analysis of Panel Data, 3rd edn C. Hsiao, 2014 Cambridge, Cambridge University Press 562 pp., $49.99 ISBN 978-1-107-03860-1 (hardbound), 978-1-107-65763-2 paperbound pp. 1130-1131 Downloads
Anoop Chaturvedi
Handbook of Cluster Analysis C. Hennig, M. Meila, F. Murtagh and R. Rocci (eds), 2016 Boca Raton, CRC Press 754 pp., £61.59 (hardbound), £53.89 (e-book) ISBN 978-1-466-55188-6 pp. 1130-1130 Downloads
Mark Pilling
Statistical Rethinking: a Bayesian Course with Examples in R and Stan R. McElreath, 2015 Boca Raton Chapman and Hall–CRC 470 pp., £60.99 ISBN 978-1-482-25344-3 pp. 1131-1132 Downloads
Paul Hewson
Statistics and Data Analysis for Financial Engineering, 2nd edn D. Ruppert and D. S. Matteson, 2015 New York, Springer 720 pp., £ 52.99 ISBN 978-1-493-92613-8 pp. 1132-1133 Downloads
Sebastian Dietz
Circular Statistics in R A. Pewsey, M. Neuhäuser and G. D. Ruxton, 2013 Oxford, Oxford University Press 184 pp., £ 24.99 ISBN 978-0-199-67113-7 pp. 1132-1132 Downloads
Nando Lewis

Volume 179, issue 3, 2016

Editorial: ‘Big data’ and data sharing pp. 629-631 Downloads
David J. Hand
Political socialization in flux?: linking family non-intactness during childhood to adult civic engagement pp. 633-656 Downloads
Timo Hener, Helmut Rainer and Thomas Siedler
Behind and beyond the (head count) employment rate pp. 657-681 Downloads
Andrea Brandolini and Eliana Viviano
A comparison of multiple-imputation methods for handling missing data in repeated measurements observational studies pp. 683-706 Downloads
Oya Kalaycioglu, Andrew Copas, Michael King and Rumana Z. Omar
Mothers' long-run career patterns after first birth pp. 707-725 Downloads
Sylvia Frühwirth-Schnatter, Christoph Pamminger, Andrea Weber and Rudolf Winter-Ebmer
Does more balanced survey response imply less non-response bias? pp. 727-748 Downloads
Barry Schouten, Fannie Cobben, Peter Lundquist and James Wagner
Olley–Pakes productivity decomposition: computation and inference pp. 749-761 Downloads
Ari Hyytinen, Pekka Ilmakunnas and Mika Maliranta
Small area estimation with state space common factor models for rotating panels pp. 763-791 Downloads
Jan A. Brakel and Sabine Krieg
Sequence analysis of call record data: exploring the role of different cost settings pp. 793-808 Downloads
Mark Hanly, Paul Clarke and Fiona Steele
Born leaders: political selection and the relative age effect in the US Congress pp. 809-829 Downloads
Daniel Muller and Lionel Page
The effect of private police on crime: evidence from a geographic regression discontinuity design pp. 831-846 Downloads
John M. MacDonald, Jonathan Klick and Ben Grunwald
J-divergence measurements of economic inequality pp. 847-870 Downloads
Nicholas Rohde
A Certain Uncertainty: Nature's Random Ways M. P. Silverman 2014 Cambridge Cambridge University Press xvi + 618 pp., €175.00 ISBN 978-1-107-03281-1 pp. 878-879 Downloads
Kuldeep Kumar
Data Analysis for Network Cyber-security N. Adams N. Heard eds 2014 London Imperial College Press 188 pp £65.00 ISBN 978-1-783-26374-5 pp. 878-878 Downloads
Sebastian Dietz
Probability and Statistics by Example 1: Basic Probability and Statistics Y. Suhov M. Kelbert 2014 Cambridge Cambridge University Press 470 pp., $84.99 ISBN 978-1-107-60358-5 pp. 879-880 Downloads
Graphical Data Analysis with R A. Unwin 2015 Boca Raton CRC Press xiv + 296 pp., $44.99 ISBN 978-1-498-71523-2 pp. 880-880 Downloads
Andrey Kostenko
Exposure–Response Modeling Methods and Practical Implementation J. Wang 2015 Boca Raton CRC Press xviii + 312 pp., $89.46 ISBN 978-1-466-57320-8 pp. 881-882 Downloads
Darryl Neil Penenberg

Volume 179, issue 2, 2016

Perils and potentials of self-selected entry to epidemiological studies and surveys pp. 319-376 Downloads
Niels Keiding and Thomas A. Louis
Multivariate state space approach to variance reduction in series with level and variance breaks due to survey redesigns pp. 377-402 Downloads
Oksana Bollineni-Balabay, Jan Brakel and Franz Palm
Mixed frequency structural vector auto-regressive models pp. 403-425 Downloads
Claudia Foroni and Massimiliano Marcellino
Longitudinal analysis of the strengths and difficulties questionnaire scores of the Millennium Cohort Study children in England using M-quantile random-effects regression pp. 427-452 Downloads
Nikos Tzavidis, Nicola Salvati, Timo Schmid, Eirini Flouri and Emily Midouhas
Semiparametric small area estimation for binary outcomes with application to unemployment estimation for local authorities in the UK pp. 453-479 Downloads
Ray Chambers, Nicola Salvati and Nikos Tzavidis
What matters in differences between life trajectories: a comparative review of sequence dissimilarity measures pp. 481-511 Downloads
Matthias Studer and Gilbert Ritschard
Beyond completion rate: evaluating the passing ability of footballers pp. 513-533 Downloads
Łukasz Szczepański and Ian McHale
Persistent poverty and children's cognitive development: evidence from the UK Millennium Cohort Study pp. 535-558 Downloads
Andrew Dickerson and Gurleen Popli
Survey instruments and the reports of consumption expenditures: evidence from the consumer expenditure surveys pp. 559-581 Downloads
Erich Battistin and Mario Padula
Determining the effect of strategic voting on election results pp. 583-605 Downloads
Michael Herrmann, Simon Munzert and Peter Selb
Consequences of measurement error for inference in cross-lagged panel design—the example of the reciprocal causal relationship between subjective health and socio-economic status pp. 607-628 Downloads
Hannes Kröger, Rasmus Hoffmann and Eduwin Pakpahan

Volume 179, issue 1, 2016

Statistical modelling of citation exchange between statistics journals pp. 1-63 Downloads
Cristiano Varin, Manuela Cattelan and David Firth
Forecasting distributions of inflation rates: the functional auto-regressive approach pp. 65-102 Downloads
Kausik Chaudhuri, Minjoo Kim and Yongcheol Shin
A hierarchical latent class model for predicting disability small area counts from survey data pp. 103-131 Downloads
Enrico Fabrizi, Giorgio E. Montanari and M. Giovanna Ranalli
Detecting discrimination: a dynamic perspective pp. 133-152 Downloads
Konstantinos Tzioumis
Analysing behavioural risk factor surveillance data by using spatially and temporally varying coefficient models pp. 153-175 Downloads
Shireen Assaf, Stefano Campostrini, Fang Xu and Carol Gotway Crawford
A Bayesian quantile regression model for insurance company costs data pp. 177-202 Downloads
Karthik Sriram, Peng Shi and Pulak Ghosh
Subjective wellbeing: why weather matters pp. 203-228 Downloads
John Feddersen, Robert Metcalfe and Mark Wooden
Small area estimation to quantify discontinuities in repeated sample surveys pp. 229-250 Downloads
Jan A. Brakel, Bart Buelens and Harm-Jan Boonstra
A simple variance estimator of change for rotating repeated surveys: an application to the European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions household surveys pp. 251-272 Downloads
Y. G. Berger and R. Priam
Police and thieves in the stadium: measuring the (multiple) effects of football matches on crime pp. 273-292 Downloads
Olivier Marie
Spatially modelling the association between access to recreational facilities and exercise: the ‘Multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis’ pp. 293-310 Downloads
Samuel I. Berchuck, Joshua L. Warren, Amy H. Herring, Kelly R. Evenson, Kari A. B. Moore, Yamini K. Ranchod and Ana V. Diez-Roux
Obituaries pp. 311-318 Downloads
Julian Champkin, Lord Layard and Steven Gilmour
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