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Institutions, foreign direct investment and growth: a hierarchical Bayesian approach, by N. McCloud and S. C. Kumbhakar,Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, Statistics in Society, Volume 175, (2012), part 1, pages 83–105 (data and code).
Readme file for this article is included in dataset zip file
Spatial variability in relative survival from female breast cancer, by by M. Saez, M. A. Barceló, C. Martos, C. Saurina, R. Marcos-Gragera, G. Renart, R. Ocaña-Riola, C. Feja and T. Alcalá, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, Statistics in Society, Volume 175, (2012), part 1, pages 107–134 (code).
The script file contains the code necessary to run all instructions of the paper in R (version 2.8.1 at the time of preparation of the manuscript).
Research Group on Statistics, Applied Economics and Health (GRECS)
CIBER of Epidemiology and Public Health (CIBERESP)
University of Girona
Campus de Montilivi
Quantile estimates of counterfactual distribution shifts and the effect of minimum wage increases on the wage distribution, by M. B. Stewart, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, Statistics in Society, Volume 175, (2012), part 1, pages 263 – 287
The data used in this paper are from the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE). The ASHE data (for 1997-2008) were made available by the Office for National Statistics, through the Low Pay Commission, and have been used by permission. These data can only be provided by the Office for National Statistics.
The file samplesetup.txt provided here contains Stata commands to set up the sample and log(wage) variable used in the paper.
Mark B. Stewart
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL