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283 * ! Tue, 8/5/2014, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-257A
Recent Advances in Multiple Imputation — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section
Organizer(s): Florian Meinfelder, University of Bamberg
Chair(s): Stef van Buuren, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research   
8:35 AM Combining Information from Multiple Sources in Bayesian Modeling Tracy Schifeling, Duke University ; Jerome P. Reiter, Duke University
8:55 AM Multiple Imputation for Poverty Rate Estimation from Rounded Income Data Hans Kiesl, Regensburg University of Applied Sciences ; Jörg Drechsler, Institute of Employment Research
9:15 AM Nearest-Neighbor--Based Approaches for Multiple Imputation of Unordered Categorical Variables Florian Meinfelder, University of Bamberg
9:35 AM Synthetic Longitudinal Business Databases for International Comparisons Jörg Drechsler, Institute of Employment Research ; Lars Vilhuber, Cornell University
9:55 AM A New Way to Multiply Impute Nonignorable Missing Outcomes Shahab Jolani, Utrecht University ; Stef Van Buuren, Utrecht University
10:15 AM Floor Discussion

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