# Statistics in Transition New Series
2015 - 2022
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**Volume 23, issue 4, 2022**
- Changes in the structure of household disposable income in selected countries as a reflection of crises after 2000 pp. 1-19
*Hindls Richard*, *Marek Lubos* and *Hronová Stanislava*
- Sampling methods for the concentration parameter and discrete baseline of the Dirichlet Process pp. 21-36
*Liu Yang* and *Nandram Balgobin*
- Parameter estimation of exponentiated exponential distribution under selective ranked set sampling pp. 37-58
*Hassan Amal S.*, *Elshaarawy Rasha S.* and *Nagy Heba F.*
- The Weibull lifetime model with randomised failure-free time pp. 59-76
*Sulewski Piotr* and *Szymkowiak Magdalena*
- Robustness of randomisation tests as alternative analysis methods for repeated measures design pp. 77-90
*Oladugba Abimibola Victoria*, *Obasi Ajali John* and *Asogwa Oluchukwu Chukwuemeka*
- Missing data estimation based on the chaining technique in survey sampling pp. 91-111
*Thakur Narendra Singh* and *Shukla Diwakar*
- Zero-modified Poisson-Modification of Quasi Lindley distribution and its application pp. 113-128
*Tharshan Ramajeyam* and *Wijekoon Pushpakanthie*
- Optimal allocation for equal probability two-stage design pp. 129-148
*Molefe Wilford*
- Comparison of confidence intervals for variance components in an unbalanced one-way random effects model pp. 149-160
*Jiratampradab Arisa*, *Supapakorn Thidaporn* and *Suntornchost Jiraphan*
- Generalised Lindley shared additive frailty regression model for bivariate survival data pp. 161-176
*Pandey Arvind*, *Hanagal David D.* and *Tyagi Shikhar*
- Supsim: a Python package and a web-based JavaScript tool to address the theoretical complexities in two-predictor suppression situations pp. 177-202
*Nazifi Morteza* and *Fadishei Hamid*
- k-th record estimator of the scale parameter of the α-stable distribution pp. 203-215
*Michał Stachura* and *Wodecka Barbara*
**Volume 23, issue 3, 2022**
- Assessing the effect of new data sources on the consumer price index: a deterministic approach to uncertainty and sensitivity pp. 1-25
*Białek Jacek*, *Panek Tomasz* and *Zwierzchowski Jan*
- A comparison of the method of moments estimator and maximum likelihood estimator for the success probability in the Fibonacci-type probability distribution pp. 27-47
*Kwon Yeil*
- Estimation of P(X ≤ Y) for discrete distributions with non-identical support pp. 43-64
*Choudhury Mriganka Mouli*, *Bhattacharya Rahul* and *Maiti Sudhansu S.*
- Interval shrinkage estimation of the parameter of exponential distribution in the presence of outliers under loss functions pp. 65-78
*Nasiri Parviz*
- Polish inequality statistics reconsidered: are the poor really that poor? pp. 79-94
*Adam Szulc*
- New polynomial exponential distribution: properties and applications pp. 95-112
*Beghriche Abdelfateh*, *Zeghdoudi Halim*, *Raman Vinoth* and *Chouia Sarra*
- An improved ridge type estimator for logistic regression pp. 113-126
*Varathan Nagarajah*
- Impact of restrictions on the COVID-19 pandemic situation in Poland pp. 127-146
*Herman Sergiusz*
- Modified exponential time series model with prediction of total COVID-19 cases in Belgium, Czech Republic, Poland and Switzerland pp. 147-165
*Permpoonsinsup Wachirapond* and *Sunthornwat Rapin*
- Poisson area-biased Ailamujia Distribution and its applications in environmental and medical sciences pp. 167-184
*Aijaz Ahmad*, *Ain S. Qurat Ul*, *Afaq Ahmad* and *Tripathi Rajnee*
- Triads or tetrads? Comparison of two methods for measuring the similarity in preferences under incomplete block design pp. 185-198
*Zaborski Artur*
- Two-stage cluster sampling with unequal probability sampling in the first stage and ranked set sampling in the second stage pp. 199-214
*Ugwu Michael C.* and *Madukaife Mbanefo S.*
**Volume 23, issue 2, 2022**
- The length-biased power hazard rate distribution: Some properties and applications pp. 1-16
*Mustafa Abdelfattah* and *Khan M. I.*
- Jackknife winsorized variance estimator under imputed data pp. 17-32
*Sohil Fariha*, *Sohail Muhammad Umair*, *Shabbir Javid* and *Gupta Sat*
- Socio-economic development and quality of life of NUTS-2 units in the European Union pp. 33-48
*Jewczak Maciej* and *Brudz Magdalena*
- A Bayesian estimation of the Gini index and the Bonferroni index for the Dagum distribution with the application of different priors pp. 49-68
*Arora Sangeeta*, *Mahajan Kalpana K.* and *Jangra Vikas*
- ARFURIMA models: simulations of their properties and application pp. 69-87
*Jibrin Sanusi Alhaji* and *Rahman Rosmanjawati Abdul*
- On the nonparametric estimation of the conditional hazard estimator in a single functional index pp. 89-105
*Gagui Abdelmalek* and *Chouaf Abdelhak*
- Institutional equilibrium in EU economies in 2008 and 2018: SEM-PLS models pp. 107-127
*Borkowski Mateusz*
- Extracting relevant predictors of the severity of mental illnesses from clinical information using regularisation regression models pp. 129-152
*Kaushik Sakshi*, *Sabharwal Alka* and *Grover Gurprit*
- Regression model of water demand for the city of Lodz as a function of atmospheric factors pp. 153-161
*Domański Czesław* and *Kubacki Robert*
- Advances on Permutation Multivariate Analysis of Variance for big data pp. 163-183
*Bonnini Stefano* and *Assegie Getnet Melak*
- Scaled Fisher consistency for the partial likelihood estimation in various extensions of the Cox model pp. 185-196
*Bednarski Tadeusz*, *Nowak Piotr B.* and *Skolimowska-Kulig Magdalena*
- On the quick estimation of probability of recovery from COVID-19 during first wave of epidemic in India: a logistic regression approach pp. 197-208
*Joshi Hemlata*, *Azarudheen S.*, *Nagaraja M. S.* and *Chandraketu Singh*
- 39th Conference Multivariate Statistical Analysis MSA 2021. Conference Review pp. 211-214
*Małecka Marta* and *Mikulec Artur*
**Volume 23, issue 1, 2022**
- Estimation of mask effectiveness perception for small domains using multiple data sources pp. 1-20
*Sen Aditi* and *Lahiri Partha*
- Comparison of tree-based methods used in survival data pp. 21-38
*Yabaci Aysegul* and *Sigirli Deniz*
- Estimating the population mean using a complex sampling design dependent on an auxiliary variable pp. 39-54
*Chaudhuri Arijit* and *Samaddar Sonakhya*
- Generalized extended Marshall-Olkin family of lifetime distributions pp. 55-74
*Goldoust Mehdi* and *Mohammadpour Adel*
- New improved Poisson and negative binomial item count techniques for eliciting truthful answers to sensitive questions pp. 75-88
*Kowalczyk Barbara* and *Wieczorkowski Robert*
- The odd power generalized Weibull-G power series class of distributions: properties and applications pp. 89-108
*Oluyede Broderick*, *Moakofi Thatayaone* and *Chipepa Fastel*
- A modified robust confidence interval for the population mean of distribution based on deciles pp. 109-128
*Abu-Shawiesh Moustafa Omar Ahmed*, *Sinsomboonthong Juthaphorn* and *Kibria Bhuiyan Mohammad Golam*
- Estimation procedures for reliability functions of Kumaraswamy-G Distributions based on Type II Censoring and the sampling scheme of Bartholomew pp. 129-152
*Chaturvedi Aditi* and *Kumar Surinder*
- Long-term sovereign interest rates in Czechia, Hungary and Poland: a comparative assessment with an affine term structure model pp. 153-171
*Janus Jakub*
- Variance estimation in stratified adaptive cluster sampling pp. 173-184
*Yasmeen Uzma*, *Noor-ul-Amin Muhammad* and *Hanif Muhammad*
- Interval Type-2 fuzzy Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Control Chart pp. 185-200
*Adepoju Akeem Ajibola*, *Abdulkadir Sauta S.*, *Jibasen Danjuma* and *Chiroma Haruna*
- Estimating the confidence interval of the regression coefficient of the blood sugar model through a multivariable linear spline with known variance pp. 201-212
*Islamiyati Anna*, *Raupong*, *Kalondeng Anisa* and *Sari Ummi*
**Volume 22, issue 4, 2021**
- Unreported standard errors in meta-analysis pp. 1-17
*Longford Nicholas T.*
- Approximately optimum strata boundaries for two concomitant stratification variables under proportional allocation pp. 19-40
*Danish Faizan* and *Rizvi S. E. H.*
- Changes in the impact of US macroeconomic news on financial markets the example of the Warsaw Stock Exchange pp. 41-58
*Gurgul Henryk*, *Hastenteufel Jessica* and *Wójtowicz Tomasz*
- Agu-Eghwerido distribution, regression model and applications pp. 59-76
*Agu Friday Ikechukwu* and *Eghwerido Joseph Thomas*
- A new extension of Odd Half-Cauchy Family of Distributions: properties and applications with regression modeling pp. 77-100
*Chakraburty Subrata*, *Alizadeh Morad*, *Handique Laba*, *Altun Emrah* and *Hamedani G. G.*
- A study on exponentiated Gompertz distribution under Bayesian discipline using informative priors pp. 101-119
*Aslam Muhammad*, *Afzaal Mehreen* and *Ishaq Bhatti M.*
- The problem of statistical assessment of the potential for the development of regional integration processes pp. 121-138
*Osaulenko Oleksandr*, *Bulatova Olena*, *Zakharova Olha* and *Reznikova Natallia*
- Type II Topp-Leone Frechet distribution: properties and applications pp. 139-152
*Shanker Rama* and *Rahman Umme Habibah*
- Record data from Kies distribution and related statistical inferences pp. 153-170
*Al-Olaimat Nesreen M.*, *Bayoud Husam A.* and *Raqab Mohammad Z.*
- Estimation of the density and cumulative distribution functions of the exponentiated Burr XII distribution pp. 171-189
*Hassan Amal S.*, *Assar Salwa M.*, *Ali Kareem A.* and *Nagy Heba F.*
- Relationships for moments of the progressively Type-II right censored order statistics from the power Lomax distribution and the associated inference pp. 191-212
*Saran Jagdish*, *Pushkarna Narinder* and *Sehgal Shikha*
- Towards a target employment rate within age and gender groups pp. 213-225
*Jaworski Stanisław* and *Zielińska-Kolasińska Zofia*
- In Memoriam Professor Jan Kordos pp. 227-227
*Okrasa Włodzimierz*
**Volume 22, issue 3, 2021**
- Acceptance sampling plans from a truncated life test based on the power Lomax distribution with application to manufacturing pp. 1-13
*Al-Nasser Amjad D.* and *Ahsan ul Haq Muhammad*
- A calibrated synthetic estimator for small area estimation pp. 15-30
*Iseh Matthew Joshua* and *Enang Ekaette Inyang*
- The Complex-Number Mortality Model (CNMM) based on orthonormal expansion of membership functions pp. 31-57
*Szymański Andrzej* and *Rossa Agnieszka*
- Bayesian estimation and prediction based on Rayleigh record data with applications pp. 59-79
*Abu Awwad Raed R.*, *Bdair Omar M.* and *Abufoudeh Ghassan K.*
- Trade potential under the SAFTA between India and other SAARC countries: the augmented gravity model approach pp. 81-97
*Sharma Vipin* and *Kumar Vinod*
- A new reciprocal Rayleigh extension: properties, copulas, different methods of estimation and a modified right-censored test for validation pp. 99-121
*Yousof Haitham M.*, *Masoom Ali M.*, *Goual Hafida* and *Ibrahim Mohamed*
- Robust Bayesian insurance premium in a collective risk model with distorted priors under the generalised Bregman loss pp. 123-140
*Boratyńska Agata*
- An application of persistent homology and the graph theory to linguistics: The case of Tifinagh and Phoenician scripts pp. 141-156
*Bouazzaoui Hajar*, *Elomary Mohamed Abdou* and *Mamouni My Ismail*
- A new count data model applied in the analysis of vaccine adverse events and insurance claims pp. 157-174
*Dar Showkat Ahmad*, *Hassan Anwar*, *Ahmad Peer Bilal* and *Wani Sameer Ahmad*
- Modelling the occupational and educational choices of young people in Poland using Bayesian multinomial logit models pp. 175-191
*Grzenda Wioletta*
- On the improvement of paired ranked set sampling to estimate population mean pp. 193-205
*Rehman Syed Abdul* and *Shabbir Javid*
**Volume 22, issue 2, 2021**
- Extended residual coherence with a financial application pp. 1-14
*Zhang Xuze* and *Kedem Benjamin*
- Estimating completion and breakoff functions in a business web survey pp. 15-39
*Žmuk Berislav*
- Credibility of disability estimates from the 2011 population census in Poland pp. 41-65
*Gołata Elżbieta* and *Dehnel Grażyna*
- Interviewer allocation through interview–reinterview nested design for response error estimation in sample surveys pp. 67-93
*Fahmi Fidan Mahmut*, *Öztaş Ayhan H.* and *Batmaz İnci*
- A Bayes algorithm for model compatibility and comparison of ARMA(p,q) models pp. 95-123
*Tripathi Praveen Kumar*, *Sen Rijji* and *Upadhyay S. K.*
- Developing calibration estimators for population mean using robust measures of dispersion under stratified random sampling pp. 125-142
*Audu Ahmed*, *Singh Rajesh* and *Khare Supriya*
- Spatial sampling methods modified by model use pp. 143-154
*ak Tomasz B*
- Small area estimates of the low work intensity indicator at voivodeship level in Poland pp. 155-172
*Wawrowski Łukasz* and *Beresewicz Maciej*
- A dynamic MST-deltaCoVaR model of systemic risk in the European insurance sector pp. 173-188
*Denkowska Anna* and *Wanat Stanisław*
- A comparative study of a class of direct estimators for domain mean with a direct ratio estimator for domain mean using auxiliary character pp. 189-200
*Khare Brij Behari*, *Ashutosh* and *Rai Piyush Kant*
**Volume 22, issue 1, 2021**
- An application of a complex measure to model–based imputation in business statistics pp. 1-28
*Młodak Andrzej*
- Modelling and forecasting monthly Brent crude oil prices: a long memory and volatility approach pp. 29-54
*Shaher Al-Gounmeein Remal* and *Mohd Tahir Ismail*
- Measurement of enterprise mobility among size classes, taking into account business demography pp. 55-73
*Ferretti Camilla*
- Life expectancy in West African countries: Evidence of convergence and catching up with the north pp. 75-88
*Olaoluwa Yaya*, *Otekunrin Oluwaseun A.* and *Ahamuefula Ogbonna*
- A latent class analysis on the usage of mobile phones among management students pp. 89-114
*Kumar Sunil* and *Dabgotra Apurba Vishal*
- Analysis of Polish mutual funds performance: a Markovian approach pp. 115-130
*Filip Dariusz* and *Rogala Tomasz*
- The construction and analysis of repeated measurement designs (RMD) using the trial and error method pp. 131-144
*Mir Shakeel A.* and *Shah Immad A.*
- Testing for a serial correlation in VaR failures through the exponential autoregressive conditional duration model pp. 145-162
*Małecka Marta*
- On the generalisation of Quatember’s bootstrap pp. 163-178
*Żądło Tomasz*
- Bankruptcy prediction of small- and medium-sized enterprises in Poland based on the LDA and SVM methods pp. 179-195
*Ptak-Chmielewska Aneta*
- Estimation of the number of residents included in a population frame pp. 197-206
*Krapavickaitė Danutė*
- A new family of robust regression estimators utilizing robust regression tools and supplementary attributes pp. 207-216
*Sajjad Irsa*, *Hanif Muhammad*, *Shahzad Usman*, *Koyuncu Nursel* and *Al-Noor Nadia H.*
- Analysing the impact of dependency on conditional survival functions using copulas pp. 217-226
*Safari-Katesari Hadi* and *Zaroudi Samira*
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