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647 * Thu, 8/7/2014, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-153A
Business Mobility, Income Inequality, and Dynamic Models — Contributed Papers
Business and Economic Statistics Section , Statistics Without Borders
Chair(s): Douglas McManus, Freddie Mac   
10:35 AM Calibration of a Telcommunications Service Delivery Model Using Dynamic Linear Models Mark Bell ; Matthew Nunes, Lancaster University ; David Worthington, Lancaster University ; Peter Neal, Lancaster University ; Kjeld Jensen, BT Technology, Service, and Operations
10:50 AM Foreign Ownership Business Affected Employment? Some Evidences for Italy Using a Panel Dynamic Model Matilde Bini, Universita Europea di Roma ; Leopoldo Nascia, European University of Rome ; Alessandro Zeli, Italian National Statistical Institute
11:05 AM Reanalysis of Income Inequality in the United States from 1967--2012 with a Semi-Robust Version Gini-Type Index Indicates a Greater Rate of Increase in Inequality During the Period Joseph Gastwirth, George Washington University
11:20 AM The Nexus of Population, Governance, and Economic Growth: A Macroeconomic Perspective in Asia Ashraf Ahmed, Morgan State University ; Muhammad G. Quibria, Morgan State University
11:35 AM The Advantages of Using Group Means in Estimating the Lorenz Curve and Gini Index from Grouped Data Merritt Lyon, Compass Lexecon ; Li Cheung, George Washington University ; Brian Dumbacher, George Washington University ; Joseph Gastwirth, George Washington University
11:50 AM A Class of Advanced Probabilistic and Time Series Models for Assessing Economic/Business Mobility Silvey Shamsi, Jahangirnagar University ; Mian Arif Shams Adnan, Jahangirnagar University ; M. Shamsuddin, Uttara University
12:05 PM A Dynamic Correlation Analysis of CPI Subcomponents Using Continuous Wavelet Transforms David Doorn, West Chester University of Pennsylvania

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