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Volume 184, issue 3, 2021

Removing the influence of group variables in high‐dimensional predictive modelling pp. 791-811 Downloads
Emanuele Aliverti, Kristian Lum, James E. Johndrow and David B. Dunson
Pension eligibility rules and the local causal effect of retirement on cognitive functioning pp. 812-841 Downloads
Eduardo Fé
Modelling non‐linear age‐period‐cohort effects and covariates, with an application to English obesity 2001–2014 pp. 842-867 Downloads
Zoë Fannon, Christiaan Monden and Bent Nielsen
The design of replication studies pp. 868-886 Downloads
Larry V. Hedges and Jacob M. Schauer
A simple framework to identify optimal cost‐effective risk thresholds for a single screen: Comparison to Decision Curve Analysis pp. 887-903 Downloads
Hormuzd A. Katki and Ionut Bebu
When zero may not be zero: A cautionary note on the use of inter‐rater reliability in evaluating grant peer review pp. 904-919 Downloads
Elena A. Erosheva, Patrícia Martinková and Carole J. Lee
A comparison of prior elicitation aggregation using the classical method and SHELF pp. 920-940 Downloads
Cameron J. Williams, Kevin J. Wilson and Nina Wilson
Combining non‐probability and probability survey samples through mass imputation pp. 941-963 Downloads
Jae Kwang Kim, Seho Park, Yilin Chen and Changbao Wu
Inequality measurement with grouped data: Parametric and non‐parametric methods pp. 964-984 Downloads
Vanesa Jorda, José María Sarabia and Markus Jäntti
Multilevel time series modelling of mobility trends in the Netherlands for small domains pp. 985-1007 Downloads
Harm Jan Boonstra, Jan van den Brakel and Sumonkanti Das
Linearization and variance estimation of the Bonferroni inequality index pp. 1008-1029 Downloads
Ziqing Dong, Yves Tillé, Giovanni M. Giorgi and Alessio Guandalini
Estimation of causal effects with small data in the presence of trapdoor variables pp. 1030-1051 Downloads
Jouni Helske, Santtu Tikka and Juha Karvanen
The effects of question, respondent and interviewer characteristics on two types of item nonresponse pp. 1052-1069 Downloads
Henning Silber, Joss Roßmann, Tobias Gummer, Stefan Zins and Kai Willem Weyandt
Long‐term spatial modelling for characteristics of extreme heat events pp. 1070-1092 Downloads
Erin M. Schliep, Alan E. Gelfand, Jesús Abaurrea, Jesús Asín, María A. Beamonte and Ana C. Cebrián
Generating Poisson‐distributed differentially private synthetic data pp. 1093-1108 Downloads
Harrison Quick
Predicting individual effects in fixed effects panel probit models pp. 1109-1145 Downloads
Johannes Kunz, Kevin Staub and Rainer Winkelmann
John Haigh 1941–2021 pp. 1146-1148 Downloads
Charles M. Goldie
Michael Hills (7 June 1934–7 January 2021) pp. 1149-1149 Downloads
Bianca L. De Stavola
Interactive Web‐Based Data Visualization with R, plotly, and shiny pp. 1150-1150 Downloads
Shalabh
The Equation of Knowledge: From Bayes’ Rule to a Unified Philosophy of Science pp. 1151-1152 Downloads
Simon French
Dark data: Why what you don’t know matters pp. 1153-1153 Downloads
Ian Jolliffe
Analyzing high‐dimensional gene expression and DNA methylation data with R pp. 1154-1154 Downloads
Anoop Chaturvedi
Statistical inference via data science pp. 1155-1155 Downloads
Shalabh

Volume 184, issue 2, 2021

Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication pp. 407-431 Downloads
Glenn Shafer
Proposer of the vote of thanks to Glenn Shafer and contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ pp. 432-433 Downloads
Philip Dawid
Seconder of the vote of thanks to Glenn Shafer and contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ pp. 434-435 Downloads
Frank P. A. Coolen
Harry Crane’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 436-437 Downloads
Harry Crane
Barbara Osimani’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 437-438 Downloads
Barbara Osimani
Aaditya Ramdas’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 438-440 Downloads
Aaditya Ramdas
Peter D. Grünwald’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 440-441 Downloads
Peter D. Grünwald
Xiao‐Li Meng’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 442-443 Downloads
Xiao‐Li Meng
Arthur Paul Pedersen’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 443-444 Downloads
Arthur Paul Pedersen
Vladimir Vovk’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 445-446 Downloads
Vladimir Vovk
Christian Hennig’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 446-447 Downloads
Christian Hennig
A distillation of the live chat during the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 448-448 Downloads
Paul A. Smith
Christine P. Chai’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 449-450 Downloads
Christine P. Chai
Sander Greenland’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 450-451 Downloads
Sander Greenland
Chloe Krakauer and Kenneth Rice’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 452-453 Downloads
Chloe Krakauer and Kenneth Rice
Kuldeep Kumar’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 453-454 Downloads
Kuldeep Kumar
Tze Leung Lai and Anna Choi's contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 454-455 Downloads
Tze Leung Lai and Anna Choi
Nick Longford’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 455-456 Downloads
Nick Longford
Ryan Martin’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 456-457 Downloads
Ryan Martin
Jorge Mateu’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 458-458 Downloads
Jorge Mateu
Stephen Senn’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 459-460 Downloads
Stephen Senn
Judith ter Schure’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 460-461 Downloads
Judith ter Schure
Paul Vos’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 461-462 Downloads
Paul Vos
Ruodu Wang’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 463-464 Downloads
Ruodu Wang
Priyantha Wijayatunga’s contribution to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 465-466 Downloads
Priyantha Wijayatunga
Author's reply to the Discussion of ‘Testing by betting: A strategy for statistical and scientific communication’ by Glenn Shafer pp. 466-478 Downloads
Glenn Shafer
Sample size determination for risk‐based tax auditing pp. 479-493 Downloads
Petros Dellaportas, Evangelos Ioannidis and Christos Kotsogiannis
Estimating event‐rates from unreliable historical records pp. 494-503 Downloads
Jonathan Rougier
Beyond generalization of the ATE: Designing randomized trials to understand treatment effect heterogeneity pp. 504-521 Downloads
Elizabeth Tipton
Linkage‐data linear regression pp. 522-547 Downloads
Li‐Chun Zhang and Tiziana Tuoto
Quantifying longevity gaps using micro‐level lifetime data pp. 548-570 Downloads
Frank van Berkum, Katrien Antonio and Michel Vellekoop
Proxy expenditure weights for Consumer Price Index: Audit sampling inference for big‐data statistics pp. 571-588 Downloads
Li‐Chun Zhang
Consistent aggregation with superlative and other price indices pp. 589-615 Downloads
Ludwig von Auer and Jochen Wengenroth
A seasonal dynamic measurement model for summer learning loss pp. 616-642 Downloads
Daniel McNeish and Denis Dumas
Leveraging auxiliary information on marginal distributions in nonignorable models for item and unit nonresponse pp. 643-662 Downloads
Olanrewaju Akande, Gabriel Madson, D. Sunshine Hillygus and Jerome P. Reiter
Exploiting new forms of data to study the private rented sector: Strengths and limitations of a database of rental listings pp. 663-682 Downloads
Mark Livingston, Francesca Pannullo, Adrian W. Bowman, E. Marian Scott and Nick Bailey
Nowcasting monthly GDP with big data: A model averaging approach pp. 683-706 Downloads
Tommaso Proietti and Alessandro Giovannelli
The effect of the Brexit referendum result on subjective well‐being pp. 707-731 Downloads
Georgios Kavetsos, Ichiro Kawachi, Ilias Kyriopoulos and Sotiris Vandoros
Missing, presumed different: Quantifying the risk of attrition bias in education evaluations pp. 732-760 Downloads
Ben Weidmann and Luke Miratrix
Health aid, governance and infant mortality pp. 761-783 Downloads
Chris Doucouliagos, Jack Hennessy and Debdulal Mallick
Tobias (Toby) Lewis 1918‐2020 pp. 784-786 Downloads
Vic Barnett and Kevin McConway
Handbook of Mixture Analysis pp. 787-788 Downloads
Virgilio Gómez‐Rubio

Volume 184, issue 1, 2021

Dynamic survival prediction combining landmarking with a machine learning ensemble: Methodology and empirical comparison pp. 3-30 Downloads
Kamaryn T. Tanner, Linda D. Sharples, Rhian M. Daniel and Ruth H. Keogh
Specification and testing of hierarchical ordered response models with anchoring vignettes pp. 31-64 Downloads
William H. Greene, Mark Harris, Rachel J. Knott and Nigel Rice
Estimating causal moderation effects with randomized treatments and non‐randomized moderators pp. 65-86 Downloads
Kirk Bansak
The effects of health on the extensive and intensive margins of labour supply pp. 87-117 Downloads
Lixin Cai
Measuring the impact of clean energy production on CO2 abatement in Denmark: Upper bound estimation and forecasting pp. 118-149 Downloads
Bent Jesper Christensen, Nabanita Datta Gupta and Paolo Santucci de Magistris
Interviewer effects and the measurement of financial literacy pp. 150-178 Downloads
Thomas Crossley, Tobias Schmidt, Panagiota Tzamourani and Joachim K. Winter
A Bayesian structural time series analysis of the effect of basic income on crime: Evidence from the Alaska Permanent Fund pp. 179-200 Downloads
Richard Dorsett
A dynamic separable network model with actor heterogeneity: An application to global weapons transfers pp. 201-226 Downloads
Michael Lebacher, Paul W. Thurner and Göran Kauermann
Did you conduct a sensitivity analysis? A new weighting‐based approach for evaluations of the average treatment effect for the treated pp. 227-254 Downloads
Guanglei Hong, Fan Yang and Xu Qin
Synthetic microdata for establishment surveys under informative sampling pp. 255-281 Downloads
Hang J. Kim, Jörg Drechsler and Katherine J. Thompson
A double machine learning approach to estimate the effects of musical practice on student’s skills pp. 282-300 Downloads
Michael Knaus
Do coefficients of variation of response propensities approximate non‐response biases during survey data collection? pp. 301-323 Downloads
Jamie C. Moore, Gabriele B. Durrant and Peter W. F. Smith
A dynamic factor model approach to incorporate Big Data in state space models for official statistics pp. 324-353 Downloads
Caterina Schiavoni, Franz Palm, Stephan Smeekes and Jan van den Brakel
On probability distributions of the time deviation law of container liner ships under interference uncertainty pp. 354-367 Downloads
Yunting Song and Nuo Wang
Ranking, and other properties, of elite swimmers using extreme value theory pp. 368-395 Downloads
Harry Spearing, Jonathan Tawn, David Irons, Tim Paulden and Grace Bennett
Mervyn Stone, 1932–2020 pp. 396-398 Downloads
Rex Galbraith
Flavia Jolliffe 1942–2020 pp. 398-399 Downloads
Gerald Goodall
Time series clustering and classification pp. 400-400 Downloads
Kuldeep Kumar
Statistics and Health Care Fraud: How to Save Billions pp. 401-401 Downloads
Kuldeep Kumar
R Visualizations – Derive Meaning from Data pp. 401-402 Downloads
Sebastian Dietz
Handbook of Financial Risk Management pp. 402-403 Downloads
Sebastian Dietz
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