Robert Crouchley
Robert Crouchley
Professor of Applied Statistics, Lancaster University
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Stochastic frontier estimation of a CES cost function: The case of higher education in Britain
H Izadi, G Johnes, R Oskrochi, R Crouchley
Economics of education review 21 (1), 63-71, 2002
A comparison of frailty models for multivariate survival data
A Pickles, R Crouchley
Statistics in Medicine 14 (13), 1447-1461, 1995
Testing for quasi‐market forces in secondary education
S Bradley, R Crouchley, J Millington, J Taylor
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 62 (3), 357-390, 2000
An industrial and spatial analysis of new firm formation in Ireland
PN O'farrell, R Crouchley
Regional Studies 18 (3), 221-236, 1984
Multivariate generalized linear mixed models using R
D Berridge, R Crouchley, D Grose
CRC press, 2011
A random-effects model for ordered categorical data
R Crouchley
Journal of the American Statistical Association 90 (430), 489-498, 1995
A comparison of population average and random‐effect models for the analysis of longitudinal count data with base‐line information
R Crouchley, RB Davies
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 1999
Survival models for developmental genetic data: age of onset of puberty and antisocial behavior in twins
A Pickles, R Crouchley, E Simonoff, L Eaves, J Meyer, M Rutter, J Hewitt, ...
Genetic Epidemiology 11 (2), 155-170, 1994
Industrial closures in Ireland 1973–1981: analysis and implications
PN O'Farrell, R Crouchley
Regional Studies 17 (6), 411-427, 1983
Methods for the identification of Lexian, Poisson and Markovian variations in the secondary sex ratio
R Crouchley, AR Pickles
Biometrics, 165-175, 1984
Social capital and entrepreneurship in Great Britain
P Abell, R Crouchley, C Mills
Enterprise and innovation management studies 2 (2), 119-144, 2001
Calibrating longitudinal models of residential mobility and migration An assessment of a non-parametric marginal likelihood approach
RB Davies, R Crouchley
Regional Science and Urban Economics 14 (2), 231-247, 1984
New methods for the analysis of sex ratio data independent of the effects of family limitation
AR Pickles, R Crouchley, RB Davies
Annals of Human Genetics 46 (1), 75-81, 1982
A simple method for censored age-of-onset data subject to recall bias: mothers' reports of age of puberty in male twins
A Pickles, M Neale, E Simonoff, M Rutter, J Hewitt, J Meyer, R Crouchley, ...
Behavior Genetics 24, 457-468, 1994
Heterogeneity, nonstationarity, and duration-of-stay effects in migration
AR Pickles, RB Davies, R Crouchley
Environment and Planning A 14 (5), 615-622, 1982
Control for omitted variables in the analysis of panel and other longitudinal data
RB Davies, R Crouchley
Geographical Analysis 17 (1), 1-15, 1985
Unemployment and the Demand for Unions
DG Blanchflower, R Crouchley, S Estrin, AJ Oswald
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1990
A comparison of GEE and random effects models for distinguishing heterogeneity, nonstationarity and state dependence in a collection of short binary event series
R Crouchley, RB Davies
Statistical Modelling 1 (4), 271-285, 2001
Using the Sakai collaborative toolkit in e‐Research applications
C Severance, J Hardin, G Golden, R Crouchley, A Fish, T Finholt, ...
Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 19 (12), 1643-1652, 2007
Longitudinal data analysis
R Crouchley
(No Title), 1987
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