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Volume 182, issue 3, 2019

A comparison of sample survey measures of earnings of English graduates with administrative data pp. 719-754 Downloads
Jack Britton, Neil Shephard and Anna Vignoles
A comprehensive approach to problems of performance measurement pp. 755-803 Downloads
N. I. Fisher
A Bayesian semiparametric approach for trend–seasonal interaction: an application to migration forecasts pp. 805-830 Downloads
Alice Milivinti and Giacomo Benini
Spillovers from US monetary policy: evidence from a time varying parameter global vector auto‐regressive model pp. 831-861 Downloads
Jesús Crespo Cuaresma, Gernot Doppelhofer, Martin Feldkircher and Florian Huber
A scenario analysis of future Hong Kong age and labour force profiles and its implications pp. 863-886 Downloads
Chris J. Lloyd, Raymond Kwok and Paul S. F. Yip
Multivariate stochastic volatility with large and moderate shocks pp. 887-917 Downloads
Marwan Izzeldin, Mike G. Tsionas and Panayotis Michaelides
A semiparametric spatiotemporal Hawkes‐type point process model with periodic background for crime data pp. 919-942 Downloads
Jiancang Zhuang and Jorge Mateu
On probability distributions of the operational law of container liner ships pp. 943-961 Downloads
Yunting Song and Nuo Wang
Adaptive design in surveys and clinical trials: similarities, differences and opportunities for cross‐fertilization pp. 963-982 Downloads
Michael Rosenblum, Peter Miller, Benjamin Reist, Elizabeth A. Stuart, Michael Thieme and Thomas A. Louis
Bayesian modelling for binary outcomes in the regression discontinuity design pp. 983-1002 Downloads
Sara Geneletti, Federico Ricciardi, Aidan G. O’Keeffe and Gianluca Baio
Spatiotemporal auto‐regressive model for origin–destination air passenger flows pp. 1003-1016 Downloads
Keunseo Kim, Vinnam Kim and Heeyoung Kim
Classifying industries into types of relative concentration pp. 1017-1037 Downloads
Ludwig von Auer, Andranik Stepanyan and Mark Trede
Pollution state modelling for Mexico City pp. 1039-1060 Downloads
Philip A. White, Alan E. Gelfand, Eliane R. Rodrigues and Guadalupe Tzintzun
Estimating the changing nature of Scotland's health inequalities by using a multivariate spatiotemporal model pp. 1061-1080 Downloads
Eilidh Jack, Duncan Lee and Nema Dean
Confidence in risk assessments pp. 1081-1095 Downloads
Jonathan Rougier
Ethical Reasoning in Big Data: an Exploratory Analysis pp. 1108-1108 Downloads
Thomas King
Multistate Models for the Analysis of Life History Data pp. 1108-1109 Downloads
Morteza Aalabaf‐Sabaghi
Applied Probability: from Random Sequences to Stochastic Processes pp. 1109-1109 Downloads
John Haigh
Data Visualization pp. 1109-1110 Downloads
Allan Reese
Handbook of Item Response Theory, vols 1–3 pp. 1110-1113 Downloads
Dougal Hutchison
The Ethics of Biomedical Big Data pp. 1113-1114 Downloads
Thomas King
Statistical Process Control pp. 1114-1115 Downloads
Martin G. Gibson
Bayesian Regression Modeling with INLA pp. 1115-1115 Downloads
Stanley Lazic

Volume 182, issue 2, 2019

Visualizing spatiotemporal models with virtual reality: from fully immersive environments to applications in stereoscopic view pp. 379-387 Downloads
Stefano Castruccio, Marc G. Genton and Ying Sun
Visualization in Bayesian workflow pp. 389-402 Downloads
Jonah Gabry, Daniel Simpson, Aki Vehtari, Michael Betancourt and Andrew Gelman
Graphics for uncertainty pp. 403-418 Downloads
Adrian W. Bowman
The predictive power of subjective probabilities: probabilistic and deterministic polling in the Dutch 2017 election pp. 443-466 Downloads
Jochem de Bresser and Arthur van Soest
Polling bias and undecided voter allocations: US presidential elections, 2004–2016 pp. 467-493 Downloads
Joshua J. Bon, Timothy Ballard and Bernard Baffour
A dynamic inhomogeneous latent state model for measuring material deprivation pp. 495-516 Downloads
Francesco Dotto, Alessio Farcomeni, M. Grazia Pittau and Roberto Zelli
Embedding as a pitfall for survey‐based welfare indicators: evidence from an experiment pp. 517-539 Downloads
Clemens Hetschko, Louisa von Reumont and Ronnie Schöb
Modelling preference data with the Wallenius distribution pp. 541-558 Downloads
Clara Grazian, Fabrizio Leisen and Brunero Liseo
Brexit and foreign investment in the UK pp. 559-582 Downloads
Nigel Driffield and Michail Karoglou
Political rhetoric through the lens of non‐parametric statistics: are our legislators that different? pp. 583-604 Downloads
Iliyan R. Iliev, Xin Huang and Yulia R. Gel
Worker absenteeism: peer influences, monitoring and job flexibility pp. 605-621 Downloads
Per Johansson, Arizo Karimi and J. Peter Nilsson
Information‐anchored sensitivity analysis: theory and application pp. 623-645 Downloads
Suzie Cro, James R. Carpenter and Michael G. Kenward
Multiperil rate making for property insurance using longitudinal data pp. 647-668 Downloads
Lu Yang and Peng Shi
Experimental evaluation of mail questionnaires in a probability sample on victimization pp. 669-687 Downloads
J. Michael Brick and Sharon Lohr
Bayesian forecasting of mortality rates by using latent Gaussian models pp. 689-711 Downloads
Angelos Alexopoulos, Petros Dellaportas and Jonathan J. Forster
Large Covariance and Autocovariance Matrices; Patterned Random Matrices pp. 714-714 Downloads
Jonathan Gillard
Bulk Collection: Systematic Government Access to Private‐sector Data pp. 714-715 Downloads
Tom King
A Practical Guide to Age–Period–Cohort Analysis: the Identification Problem and Beyond pp. 715-716 Downloads
Morteza Aalabaf‐Sabaghi
Linear Models and the Relevant Distributions and Matrix Algebra pp. 716-716 Downloads
Anoop Chaturvedi

Volume 182, issue 1, 2019

The contributions of paradata and features of respondents, interviewers and survey agencies to panel co‐operation in the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe pp. 3-35 Downloads
Johanna Bristle, Martina Celidoni, Chiara Dal Bianco and Guglielmo Weber
The long‐run effect of childhood poverty and the mediating role of education pp. 37-68 Downloads
Luna Bellani and Michela Bia
Forecasting gross domestic product growth with large unbalanced data sets: the mixed frequency three‐pass regression filter pp. 69-99 Downloads
Christian Hepenstrick and Massimiliano Marcellino
A latent variable modelling approach for the pooled analysis of individual participant data on the association between depression and chlamydia infection in adolescence and young adulthood in the UK pp. 101-130 Downloads
Artemis Koukounari, Andrew J. Copas and Andrew Pickles
Evaluating the use of realtime data in forecasting output levels and recessionary events in the USA pp. 131-163 Downloads
Chrystalleni Aristidou, Kevin Lee and Kalvinder Shields
A Bayesian time varying approach to risk neutral density estimation pp. 165-195 Downloads
Roberto Casarin, German Molina and Enrique ter Horst
Ask your doctor whether this product is right for you: a Bayesian joint model for patient drug requests and physician prescriptions pp. 197-223 Downloads
Bhuvanesh Pareek, Qiang Liu and Pulak Ghosh
Bayesian semiparametric modelling of contraceptive behaviour in India via sequential logistic regressions pp. 225-247 Downloads
Tommaso Rigon, Daniele Durante and Nicola Torelli
Visualizing rate of change: an application to age‐specific fertility rates pp. 249-262 Downloads
Han Lin Shang
Participating in a panel survey changes respondents’ labour market behaviour pp. 263-281 Downloads
Ruben Bach and Stephanie Eckman
Model‐based county level crop estimates incorporating auxiliary sources of information pp. 283-303 Downloads
Andreea L. Erciulescu, Nathan B. Cruze and Balgobin Nandram
Misspecification of multimodal random‐effect distributions in logistic mixed models for panel survey data pp. 305-321 Downloads
Louise Marquart and Michele Haynes
A Bayesian approach to modelling subnational spatial dynamics of worldwide non‐state terrorism, 2010–2016 pp. 323-344 Downloads
André Python, Janine B. Illian, Charlotte M. Jones‐Todd and Marta Blangiardo
Early illicit drug use and the age of onset of homelessness pp. 345-372 Downloads
Duncan McVicar, Julie Moschion and Jan C. van Ours
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