Session 29:
Statistical Modeling with Clustering and Heterogeneity

Thursday, May 9
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Cobb
2nd Floor

Chair: German Rodriguez, Princeton University
Discussant: Bruce Western, Princeton University

  1. Improving Modeling Behavioral Responses to Policy Change: Microsimulations in the Presence of HeterogeneityConstantijn (Stan) Panis, RAND

  2. Accounting for Survey Design in Multilevel ModelsJames Brown, University of Southampton; Nyovani Madise, University of Southampton; David Steel, University of Wollongong

  3. Childhood Mortality in Egypt, Eritrea, and Uganda: A Multilevel, Multiprocess Model with Unobserved HeterogeneityGebrenegus Ghilagaber, Stockholm University

  4. A Fixed-Effects Proportional Hazards Model for Clustered Data, Designed to Yield Non-Parametric Estimates of Regional Fertility PatternsAli Cevat Tasiran, Gothenburg University; Insan Tunali, Koc University

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