Journal Series A: current and forthcoming papers

RSS Series A journalVolume 180 (2017), part 2

Current and scheduled papers are available to subscribers from the Wiley Online Library.

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Should we sample a time series more frequently?: decision support via multirate spectrum estimation (with discussion)
G P Nason, B Powell, D Elliott and P A Smith

Measuring and forecasting quality in English hospitals
I Papanicolas and A McGuire

Spatial modelling of emergency service response times
B M Taylor

The poor and the poorest, 50 years on: evidence from British Household Expenditure Surveys of the 1950s and 1960s
I Gazeley, H Gutierrez Rufrancos, A Newell, K Reynolds and R Searle

Does preschool boost the development of minority children?: the case of Roma children
C Felfe and M Huber

Retail payment innovations and cash usage: accounting for attrition by using refreshment samples
H Chen, M-H Felt and K P Huynh

Separating interviewer and area effects by using a cross-classified multilevel logistic model: simulation findings and implications for survey designs
R Vassallo, G Durrant and P Smith

Detecting and understanding interviewer effects on survey data by using a cross-classified mixed effects location– scale model
I Brunton-Smith, P Sturgis and G Leckie

Randomization-based instrumental variables methods for binary outcomes with an application to the ‘IMPROVE’ trial
L Keele, D Small and R Grieve

Heads I win; tails you lose: asymmetry in exchange rate pass-through into import prices
R Brun-Aguerre, A-M Fuertes and M Greenwood-Nimmo

Bayesian survival modelling of university outcomes
C A Vallejos and M F J Steel

Public school consolidation: a partial observability spatial bivariate probit approach
D M Brasington and O Parent

Dependence evolution in the Spanish disabled population: a functional data analysis approach
I Albarrán-Lozano, P J Alonso-González and A Arribas-Gil

Forthcoming papers

Occupation coding during the interview
M Schierholz, M Gensicke, N Tschersich and F Kreuter

Legislative behaviour absent re-election incentives: findings from a natural experiment in the Arkansas Senate
R Titiunik and A Feher

Methods for estimating complier average causal effects for cost-effectiveness analysis
K DiazOrdaz, A J Franchini and R Grieve

Discovering effect modification in an observational study of surgical mortality at hospitals with superior nursing
K Lee, D S Small, J Y Hse, J H Silber and P R Rosenbaum

‘Making it count’: incentives, student effort and performance
A Chevalier, P Dolton and M Lührmann

A re-evaluation of fixed effects(s) meta-analysis
K Rice, J P T Higgins and T Lumley

Multiple regression, longitudinal data and welfare in the 19th century: reflections on Yule (1899)
I Plewis

Parsimonious higher order Markov models for rating transitions
S Baena-Mirabete and P Puig

Can conversational interviewing improve survey response quality without increasing interviewer effects?
B T West, F G Conrad, F Kreuter and F Mittereder

A latent promotion time cure rate model using dependent tail-free mixtures
L Li and J-H Lee

The dynamics of adolescent depression: an instrumental variable quantile regression with fixed effects approach
P Contoyannis and J Li

Interpretable classification models for recidivism prediction
J Zeng, B Ustun and C Rudin

Extensive and intensive margin effects in sample selection models: racial effects on wages
M-J Lee

The effect of income on mortality—new evidence for the absence of a causal link
A Ahammer, G T Horvath and R Winter-Ebmer

Modelling illegal drug participation
S Brown, M N Harris, P Srivastava and X Zhang

Separating risk from heterogeneity in education: a semiparametric approach
J Mazza and H van Ophem