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Type of Seminar

Date

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

Thursday 16 June 2011

1:00 pm

58 / 1041 (S/R M)

Brienna PerelliHarris and Nora Sanchez Gassen (University of Southampton and Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research)

An examination of state policies, cohabitation, and childbearing within cohabitation across Western Europe Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 9 June 2011

3:45 pm

Building 2, Room 1035

Jae-Kwang Kim (Iowa State University)

Parametric fractional imputation for missing data analysis Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 9 June 2011

2:15 pm

Building 2, Room 1035

Murray Aitkin (University of Melbourne)

A general Bayesian procedure for model comparisons with noninformative priors - a different resolution of Lindley\'s paradox Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Friday 27 May 2011

1:00 pm

58 / 1023 (L/R G)

Pam Nangsue and Jennifer Baird (University of Southampton)

PGR Student Presentation: Pam Nangsue - Adjusting for Nonresponse in the Analysis of Sample Survey Data, Jennifer Baird - Going Solo Revisited: The dynamics of living alone at older ages in two Nairobi slums Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 19 May 2011

3:00 pm

58 / 1023 (L/R G)

Melanie Frost (Oxford University Young Lives Project)

The Value of Children and Theories of Fertility Transition Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 19 May 2011

2:15 pm

Building 2, Room 1085

Shubhabrata Das (Indian Institute of Management Bangalore)

Discrete Optimization Problems with Random elements

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series


Date

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

Type of Seminar

Details Friday 13 May 2011

1:00 pm

54 / 7033 (7C)

Gosia Turner (University of Southampton)

PGR Student Presentation Using paradata to explain the interviewer contribution to survey design effect Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Tuesday 10 May 2011

3:00 pm

58/4121

Shayla Goldring (Office for National Statistics) with James Robards (University of Southampton)

An introduction to the ONS Longitudinal Study - the largest longitudinal data resource in England and Wales Details

CPC Seminar Series

Thursday 5 May 2011

3:00 pm

58 / 1007 (L/R C)

Professor Andy McKay (University of Sussex and Chronic Poverty Research Centre)

Recent changes in poverty in Africa: multicountry evidence from household surveys Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 31 March 2011

3:00 pm

58 / 1007 (L/R C)

Dr Sally Stansfield (WHO Health Metrics)

Global Health Informatics: Transforming Health Systems and Outcomes Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 24 March 2011

3:00 pm

Building 2, Room 2065

Charles F. Manski (Department of Economics and Institute for Policy Research, Northwestern University)

CHOOSING TREATMENT POLICIES UNDER AMBIGUITY (S3RI SPECIAL SEMINAR) Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Friday 18 March 2011

1:00 pm

54/7033

Vicky Hosegood (University of Southampton)

‘Missing’ men: Family health in rural South Africa Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Friday 11 March 2011

1:00 pm

58 / 1065

Maarten J. Bijlsma (University of Groningen)

Age, period and cohort effects in the prescription of benzodiazepin e and statin in

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series


Date

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

Type of Seminar

the Netherlands 1994 – 2009. Details Thursday 10 March 2011

3:45 pm

Building 4, Room 4003

Apratim Guha (University of Birmingham)

A Test for the Two-Sample Problem using Mutual Information to Fix Information Leak in ePassports Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 10 March 2011

3:00 pm

58/1007 (L/R C)

Maria Iacovou (Institute for Social and Economic Research)

Scheduled versus demand feeding of infants: maternal wellbeing and child cognitive outcomes Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 10 March 2011

2:15 pm

Building 4, Room 4003

Simon Wood (University of Bath)

Simple statistical methods for complex ecological dynamics Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Friday 4 March 2011

1:00 pm

58/1009

Ewa Tabeau (United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), The Hague, Netherlands)

Demography of Armed Conflict: Challenges of Estimating Human Costs of War Details

CPC Seminar Series

Thursday 3 March 2011

3:00 pm

58/1023

Máire Ní Bhrolcháin and Eva Beaujouan (University of Southampton)

Uncertainty in fertility intentions in Britain 19792007: how real are reproductive goals? Details

CPC Seminar Series

Thursday 24 February 2011

3:00 pm

58/1023

Adam Dennett (University College London)

Understanding inter-censal migration in Britain using a new migration classification framework Details

CPC Seminar Series


Type of Seminar

Date

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

Thursday 24 February 2011

2:15 pm

Building 4, Room 4003

Alvaro Faria (Open University)

Analytical dynamic Spatial Bayesian models for the interface between computer codes Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Friday 21 January 2011

1:00 pm

58 / 1065

John Jerrim (Institute of Education)

The use (and misuse) of statistics in understanding social mobility Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Wednesda y 19 January 2011

3:00 pm

58/1065

Govert Bijwaard (NIDI)

Forecasting disability in Europe Details

Care Life Cycle Seminar Series

Thursday 6 January 2011

3:00 pm

58/1009

Nick Parr (Macquarie University, Canberra, Australia)

The Contribution of Recent Increases in Family Benefits to Australia’s Early 21st Century Fertility Increase: An Empirical Analysis Details

CPC Seminar Series

Friday 10 December 2010

1:00 pm

67/E1001 Lec Rm C

Andrea Nove (University of Southampton)

Is home birth a rational choice in the UK? Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 9 December 2010

4:00 pm

Building 54, Room 7035

John Copas (University of Warwick)

Confidence Intervals using Models that Fit the Data Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 9 December 2010

2:15 pm

Building 58, Room 1009

Ioannis Kosmidis (University College London)

The reduction of bias in parametric estimation with emphasis on models for categorical responses Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Monday 6 December 2010

2:00 pm

58/2097

Corrado Giulietti (Institute for the Study of

Social Networks and the Labour Market

CPC Seminar Series


Date

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

Labor (IZA), Bonn, Germany)

Outcomes of Rural to Urban Migrants in China Details

Type of Seminar

Thursday 25 November 2010

4:00 pm

Building 54, Room 5025

Susan Todd (University of Reading)

Adaptive clinical trials incorporating treatment selection and evaluation: Methodology and applications Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 25 November 2010

2:15 pm

Building 58, Room 1009

Deborah Ashby (Imperial College London)

\'What role should formal risk-benefit decisionmaking play in the regulation of medicines?\' Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Wednesda y 24 November 2010

1:00 pm

58/1065

Zheng Zhenzhen (Institute of Population and Labour Economics at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Beijing))

The choice of having a second child and its implication to future family structure change in China Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 18 November 2010

3:00 pm

58/1009

Sylvie Dubuc (University of Oxford)

Fertility of ethnic and religious groups in the UK Details

CPC Seminar Series

Thursday 11 November 2010

3:45 pm

Building 2, Room 2033

Anastasia Lykou (University of Lancaster)

On Bayesian Variable Selection Using Lasso Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 11 November 2010

2:15 pm

Building 2, Room 2033

Niall Adams (Imperial College London)

Efficient parametric methods for streaming classification Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Friday 5 November 2010

1:00 pm

02/2077

Melanie Frost (University of Southampton)

Remittances and Fertility in the Nepali Setting Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series


Type of Seminar

Date

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

Thursday 28 October 2010

4:00 pm

Bldg 2 L/T J

Diane Lambert (Google)

Statistics at Google Scale Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Monday 20 September 2010

2:00 pm

58/1009

Vernon Gayle (University of Stirling)

Youth Transitions in the 21st Century future directions for data, methods and theory Details

CPC Seminar Series

Friday 27 August 2010

1:00 pm

04/3057 (Law)

Thomas King (University of Southampton)

Statistical Literacy in the Context of UK Citizenship Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Monday 28 June 2010

10:0 0 am

Turner Sims & Garden Court

Paul Roderick (Southampton)

Population Health Day Details

Population Health Day

Thursday 24 June 2010

3:00 pm

58/1023 (Murray)

Rebecca Newell (University of Southampton)

A comparative Analysis of Census and NHSCR Internal Migration Data in England in 2001 Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Friday 11 June 2010

1:00 pm

58/1023 (Murray)

Andrew "Amos" Channon (University of Southampton)

Climbing the Ladder to Equitable Access for Mothers and Children: Health System Transitions to Universal Coverage in Urban and Rural Settings Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 20 May 2010

1:00 pm

54/8033 (Maths)

Ian Pool (University of Waikato) and Graham Moon (University of Southampton)

SPECIAL SEMINAR: Population Health in New Zealand Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Friday 14 May 2010

1:00 pm

39/3013 (S3RI)

Jukka Jokinen (National Institute for Health and Welfare, Helsinki, Finland)

Analysis of recurrent events: Evaluating treatment effect in clinical trials

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series


Date

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

Type of Seminar

Details Thursday 13 May 2010

3:45 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10B

Dr Barbara Bogacka (Queen Mary University of London)

First in Human dose selection studies - a lesson from the TGN1412 trial Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 13 May 2010

2:15 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10B

Chris Marley (University of Southampton)

The design, analysis and practical use of supersaturate d experiments Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 6 May 2010

4:30 pm

58/1009

Assaf Razin (Cornell University and Tel Aviv University)

Skill Composition of Migration and the Generosity of the Welfare State: Free vs. PolicyControlled Migration Details

CPC Seminar Series

Thursday 29 April 2010

3:45 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10B

Prof Simon Godsill (University of Cambridge )

Sequential MCMC for tracking of dynamically evolving groups and musical audio score estimation Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 29 April 2010

2:15 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10B

Dr John Aston, (University of Warwick )

Using Functional Principal Component Analysis and Mixed Effect Models to Analyse Spoken Language Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Friday 23 April 2010

1:00 pm

58/1023 (Murray)

James Robards (University of Southampton)

Using the Longitudinal Study for England and Wales to estimate fertility rates Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 1 April 2010

1:00 pm

58/1009

Vegard Skirbekk (International Institute for

No Country for Young Men Details

CPC Seminar Series


Date

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

Type of Seminar

Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Laxenburg, Austria) Friday 19 March 2010

1:00 pm

58/1009 (Murray)

Allan Hill (Harvard Center for Population & Development Studies)

Women's health in Ghana: SES differentials using selfreport and objective measures

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 18 March 2010

3:00 pm

02/2043 (Management)

Ray Langsten (American University in Cairo)

Who Benefits from the Elimination of School Fees: Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 4 March 2010

3:45 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10B

Prof Wei Liu (University of Southampton)

Simultaneous confidence bands for regression analysis Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 4 March 2010

3:00 pm

58/1009

Helga de Valk (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belguim)

Migrants in Europe: a view on life courses and the family Details

CPC Seminar Series

Thursday 4 March 2010

2:15 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10B

Dr Dan Cornford (Nonlinearity and Complexity Research Group, Aston University)

Emulation of random output simulators: has experimental design got any role? Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Friday 26 February 2010

1:00 pm

39/3013 (S3RI)

Máire Ní Bhrolcháin (University of Southampton)

Tempo and the TFR Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Friday 19 February 2010

1:00 pm

54/7033 (Maths)

John Jerrim (University of Southampton)

Who has realistic income expectations: students or workers? Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 4 February

3:00 pm

58/1009

Steve Smallwood &

Sex ratio patterns in

CPC Seminar


Date

Time

Location

2010

Type of Seminar

Presenter

Title

Sofie De Broe (Office for National Statistics)

population estimates Details

Series

Thursday 21 January 2010

4:00 pm

Bldg 54 (Maths) Lecture Theatre 4A

David Firth (University of Warwick)

Getting it right on election night Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Friday 11 December 2009

2:00 pm

Bldg. 39, Room 3013 (Social Statistics Research Centre Seminar Room)

Dr Jakub Bijak & Dr James Raymer (University of Southampton)

MIMOSA: Migration Modelling for Statistical Analyses Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Monday 30 November 2009

11:3 0 am

Bldg. 54, Room 8031

Dr Anna Gottard (UniversitĂ di Firenze )

Graphical models for homologous factors Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Monday 30 November 2009

10:0 0 am

Bldg. 54, Room 8031

Prof Mike Campbell (University of Sheffield)

NICE: a personal view from an appraisal committee Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Friday 27 November 2009

1:00 pm

Building 58, Room 2097

Dr Sabu Padmadas and GHP3 (University of Southampton)

First Day Mortality in the Developing World: The Two-Thirds within the Two-Thirds? Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Tuesday 24 November 2009

3:00 pm

58/1009

Anne Solaz (Institut National Etudes Demographique s (INED), Paris, France)

The Child of Last Chance: the Role of Biological Clock in Fertility Timing in France and Germany Details

CPC Seminar Series

Monday 16 November 2009

10:0 0 am

Bldg. 58, Room 1025

Sujit Sahu (University of Southampton)

Fusing point and areal level space-time data with application to wet deposition Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 5 November 2009

3:00 pm

02/2043

Shayla Goldring (Office for National Statistics)

Population ageing in the UK: an interactive

CPC Seminar Series


Date

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

Type of Seminar

tool Details Monday 2 November 2009

11:3 0 am

Bldg. 32, Room 3077

Prof Darren Wilkinson (University of Newcastle)

Bayesian inference for Markov process models, with applications to systems biology Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Monday 2 November 2009

10:0 0 am

Bldg. 32, Room 3077

Professor Guido Consonni (University of Pavia)

Bayesian model comparison based on expected posterior priors for discrete decomposable graphical models Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 22 October 2009

3:00 pm

Bldg. 2 (Management) Room 2043 (Lecture Room F)

Dr Hill Kulu (University of Liverpool)

Why Fertility Levels Vary between Urban and Rural Areas Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 8 October 2009

4:45 pm

Joint meeting S3RI (Southampton ) and Queen Mary at Queen Mary

Ken Russell (University of Wollongong, AUSTRALIA, visiting S3RI)

D-Optimal Designs for Poisson Regression Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 8 October 2009

3:15 pm

Joint meeting S3RI (Southampton ) and Queen Mary at Queen Mary

Rosemary Bailey (Queen Mary University of London)

Conflicts between optimality criteria for block designs with replication Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 24 September 2009

3:00 pm

Building 58, Room 1067 (Murray Conference Room)

Dr Alena Krizkova (Institute of Sociology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)

Working Conditions for Employed Parents in an International Comparison of Workplace Environments: Czech Republic, France, Germany and Sweden Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series


Type of Seminar

Date

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

Friday 11 September 2009

1:00 pm

Building 58, Room 2097

Eva Beaujouan (Centre for Population Change)

Partnership trajectories and childbearing after the disruption of a first union in France Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Friday 4 September 2009

1:00 am

Building 58, Room 3017

Dilip TR/ Francis Zavier (Centre for Development Studies, India)

Health Expenditure Estimates for India/Postabortion contraceptive adoption in India: Evidence from NFHS Calendar data Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Friday 28 August 2009

1:00 pm

Building 58, Room 3017

Professor Andrei Rogers (University of Colorado)

Demographic Modelling of Migration and Population: A Multiregional Perspective Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Tuesday 2 June 2009

2:15 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 7B (Maths)

Siuli Mukhopadhyay (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India)

Quantile Dispersion Graphs to Compare the Efficiencies of Cluster Randomized Designs Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 28 May 2009

3:00 pm

Building 54, Room 10C

Professor Barbara McPake (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh)

Creating a Health Systems Typology in High Mortality Countries Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Wednesda y 27 May 2009

1:00 am

58/3017

K.S. James (Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore)

Economic growth and health status in India: Emerging Paradoxes Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Friday 22 May 2009

1:00 pm

58/2097

Wike Been (University of Groningen, Netherlands)

The influence of the division of domestic labour between spouses on fertility in a context of

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series


Date

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

Type of Seminar

gender equity Details Thursday 14 May 2009

3:45 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10C (Maths)

Michael Sweeting (MRC Biostatistics Unit, University of Cambridge)

Modelling the growth of an HIV incidence assay in patients with early HIV infection and predicting time of infection Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 14 May 2009

2:15 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10C (Maths)

Prof. Robin Henderson (University of Newcastle)

Frailty and dynamic modelling of recurrent event data Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 30 April 2009

3:45 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10C (Maths)

Dr Steve Coad (Queen Mary University, London)

Corrected confidence intervals based on the signed root transformation for multiparameter sequentially designed experiments Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 30 April 2009

2:15 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10C (Maths)

Dr Dave Woods (University of Southampton)

Designing experiments for polynomial spline models Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Friday 3 April 2009

1:00 pm

Bldg. 58, Room 2097 (Social Statistics Seminar Room),

Danny Pfeffermann and Solange Correa (Joint Methodology and Research Seminar)

New Bootstrap Bias Corrections with Application to Estimation of Prediction MSE in Small Area Estimation Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 19 March 2009

3:45 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10C (Maths)

Professor Mark Girolami (Department of Computing Science, University of Glasgow)

Posterior Inference for Nonlinear Differential Equations via Hamiltonian Monte Carlo on the Riemann Manifold Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series


Type of Seminar

Date

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

Thursday 19 March 2009

2:15 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10C (Maths)

Dr Frauke Kreuter (Joint Program in Survey Methodology, University of Maryland)

Challenges in Using Paradata for Nonresponse Adjustment Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Tuesday 17 March 2009

1:00 pm

Bldg. 58, Room 1023 (L/R G)

Corrado Giulietti (University of Southampton)

Immigration and its Displacement Effects Across Local Labour Markets Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 5 March 2009

3:45 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10C (Maths)

Dr John Skilling (Scientific Director of MEDC (Maximum Entropy Data Consultants Ltd), ex Dept Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics)

Nested sampling Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 5 March 2009

2:15 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 10C (Maths)

Professor Jim Smith (University of Warwick)

Discrete Statistical Modeling using Chain Event Graphs Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Tuesday 24 February 2009

1:00 pm

Building 58, Room 1023 (L/R G)

Laura Staetsky (S3RI, University of Southampton)

Diverging trends in female oldage mortality: a reappraisal Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 19 February 2009

3:00 pm

Building 54, Room 10C

Dr Dave McCoy (University College London)

Global Health Watch: a presentation of the alternative world health report Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Wednesda y 11 February 2009

4:00 pm

Bldg. 58, Murray Lecture Theatre

Stephen Penneck, Executive Director of Methodology (Office for National Statistics (ONS))

The S3RI Seminar ONS challenges and opportunities in methodology Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Tuesday 2 December 2008

1:00 pm

Building 2, Room 1085 (L/T C)

Jo Blanden, Franz Buscha, Patrick Sturgis and Peter

Earnings and Occupational Status Returns from

Social Statistics and Demograph


Date

Time

Location

Type of Seminar

Presenter

Title

Unwin (Universities of Surrey, Westminster and Southampton)

Lifelong Learning Details

y Seminar Series

Thursday 27 November 2008

3:45 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 5B (Maths)

Irini Moustaki (London School of Economics)

Detecting extreme response patterns using latent variable models Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 27 November 2008

2:15 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 5B (Maths)

Joe Whittaker (University of Lancaster)

Divergence weighted independence graphs Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Tuesday 25 November 2008

1:00 pm

Building 2, Room 1085 (L/T C)

Aravinda Guntupalli (University of Southampton)

An Investigation of the Simultaneous Existence of Malnutrition and Overweight in India Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 20 November 2008

3:00 pm

Building 54, Room 5025 (Maths 5B)

Phil Rees (University of Leeds)

Estimates of mortality for ethnic groups at local scale for the UK Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 13 November 2008

3:00 pm

Building 54, Room 5025 (Maths 5B)

David Coleman (University of Oxford)

The Consequences of International Migration Europe renewed, Europe transformed Details

Social Statistics and Demograph y Seminar Series

Thursday 6 November 2008

3:45 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 5B (Maths)

Serge Guillas (University College London)

Bivariate Splines for Spatial Functional Regression Models Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Thursday 6 November 2008

2:15 pm

Bldg. 54, Room 5B (Maths)

Harvey Goldstein (University of Bristol)

Record linkage under uncertainty Details

Statistics Research Thursday Seminar Series

Tuesday 4 November

1:00 pm

Building 2, Room 1085

Pia Schober (London School

Relationship quality with

Social Statistics


Date 2008

Time

Location

Presenter

Title

(L/T C)

of Economics)

pre-school children: How paid and domestic work matter to her, him, and them Details

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