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3190 | A heteroscedasticity-consistent covariance matrix estimator and a direct test for heteroskedasticity
- White
- 1980
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Citation Context ...dent about our parameter estimates. To correct for this bias, following Ezell, Land, and Cohen (2003), I construct and utilize a modified sandwich variance estimator. Sandwich estimators (Huber 1967; =-=White 1980-=-) are now very commonly utilized in econometrics and statistics when researchers are unsure about the complete specification of the distribution in a fully parametric model but are fairly sure that th... |

1797 | Information Theory and Statistics
- Kullback
- 1959
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Citation Context ...ivial and will be discussed later. 12s{p0 j }, then an equivalent problem is to minimize the Kullback-Leibler directed divergence, or Cross Entropy, between the prior and the posterior probabilities (=-=Kullback 1959-=-; Good 1963). The Cross Entropy is defined as CE = � j p j log(p j/p0 j ) if p0 j are the priors. Furthermore, if the prior probabilities p0 j are assumed to be uniform, then the Cross Entropy formali... |

976 |
Behavior of Maximum Likelihood estimates under nonstandard conditions
- Huber
- 1967
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Citation Context ...overly confident about our parameter estimates. To correct for this bias, following Ezell, Land, and Cohen (2003), I construct and utilize a modified sandwich variance estimator. Sandwich estimators (=-=Huber 1967-=-; White 1980) are now very commonly utilized in econometrics and statistics when researchers are unsure about the complete specification of the distribution in a fully parametric model but are fairly ... |

547 | Dynamic Econometrics - Hendry - 1995 |

387 | Survival analysis using the SAS® system: A practical guide (2nd - Allison - 2010 |

238 | Maximum Entropy Econometrics: Robust Estimation With Limited Data - Golan, Judge, et al. - 1996 |

194 |
Multinomial goodness-of-fit tests
- Cressie, Read
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Citation Context ...py formalism reduces to the Maximum Entropy formalism. Not surprisingly, both the CE and the H objectives are related and really special cases of the family of Cressie Read power divergence measures (=-=Cressie and Read 1984-=-). Notwithstanding the diverse types of constraints that theory may suggest (e.g., geometric moment, higher order moment, inequality constraints, etc.) and whether or not we believe their sample analo... |

181 | Age and the explanation of crime. - Hirschi, Gottfredson - 1983 |

128 | Econometric foundations - Mittelhammer, Judge, et al. - 2000 |

128 | Crime and Deviance Over the Life Course: The Salience of Adult Social Bonds”. American Sociological Review - Sampson, Laub - 1987 |

110 | Maximum entropy and the nearly black object. - Donoho, Johnstone, et al. - 1992 |

89 | Image reconstruction from incomplete and noisy data. - Gull, Daniell - 1978 |

73 |
Maximum entropy for hypothesis formulation, especially for multidimensional contingency tables
- Good
- 1963
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Citation Context ...be discussed later. 12s{p0 j }, then an equivalent problem is to minimize the Kullback-Leibler directed divergence, or Cross Entropy, between the prior and the posterior probabilities (Kullback 1959; =-=Good 1963-=-). The Cross Entropy is defined as CE = � j p j log(p j/p0 j ) if p0 j are the priors. Furthermore, if the prior probabilities p0 j are assumed to be uniform, then the Cross Entropy formalism reduces ... |

62 | Age and crime. - Farrington - 1986 |

51 | Recidivism - Maltz - 1984 |

44 | Event History Analysis. - Blossfeld, Rohwer - 2002 |

44 | The criminal career paradigm. - Piquero, Farrington, et al. - 2003 |

39 | Predicting recidivism using survival models. - Schmidt, AD - 1988 |

37 | Demographic Methods - HINDE - 1998 |

33 | Predicting the recidivism of serious youthful offenders using survival models." Criminology 29:329-366 - Visher, Lattimore, et al. - 1991 |

32 | Capturing the intangible concept of Information - Soofi - 1994 |

25 |
An information theoretical approach to inversion problems.
- Levine
- 1980
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Citation Context ...allows us to re-write these constraints as: � � � xkrnarn = zmdrmnsrmn ∀k ∈ K (2.9) rn rn xkrn m We now have, what is termed, an ill-posed inversion problem—more unknowns than equations linking them (=-=Levine, 1980-=-). In the non-parametric hazard model case, we solved this problem by assuming that srmn = srm ∀n and we only summed within each r and m pairs. In other words, we had exactly the same number of unknow... |

18 | Maximum entropy estimation of density and regression functions, - Ryu - 1991 |

17 | Testing exponentiality based on Kullback-Leibler information - Ebrahimi, Habibullah, et al. - 1992 |

16 | Information distinguishability with application to analysis of failure data - Soofi, Ebrahimi, et al. - 1995 |

14 |
Micro-models of criminal careers: A synthesis of the criminal careers and life course approaches via semiparametric mixed Poisson models with empirical applications.
- Land, Nagin
- 1996
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Citation Context ...a large literature in criminology that aims to model the trajectories of offending patterns over the life course of individuals using group based modeling techniques (Nagin 2005; Nagin and Land 1993; =-=Land and Nagin 1996-=-). Responding to concerns raised by Hagan and Palloni (1988), in particular, Land and Nagin (1996) demonstrated that group-based trajectory models are well suited to take into account the order of arr... |

13 | Bayesian methods and entropy in economics and econometrics, - Zellner - 1991 |

12 | Information and entropy econometrics—Editor’s View - Golan - 2002 |

12 | A Compendium to Information Theory in - Maasoumi - 1993 |

9 | An Improved Methodology for Analyzing Age-Arrest Profiles: Application to a Western Australian Offender Population - Harding, Maller - 1997 |

8 | Modeling Multiple Failure Time Data: A Survey of Variance-Corrected Proportional Hazards Models with Empirical Applications to Arrest Data - Ezzell, Land, et al. - 2003 |

8 | Crimes as Social Events in the Life Course: Reconceiving a Criminological Controversy.’’ Criminology - Hagan, Palloni - 1998 |

8 | Event History Analysis - Mayer, Tumi - 1990 |

7 | Examining the prevalence of criminal desistance. Criminology 41:423–48 - Brame, Bushway, et al. - 2003 |

7 | of Justice Statistics. (2002). Recidivism of prisoners released in - Bureau - 1994 |

6 | Visualizing lives: New pathways for analyzing life course trajectories - Maltz, Mullany - 2000 |

5 | Connecting desistance and recidivism: Measuring changes in criminality over the lifespan - Bushway, Brame, et al. - 2004 |

4 | Static and dynamic information for duration analysis.” Invited presentation given at A conference in honor of Arnold Zellner: Recent developments in the theory, method, and application of information and entropy econometrics - Ebrahimi, Soofi |

3 | On the Rationale of Maximum Entropy - Jaynes - 1982 |

3 |
Group Based Models of Development
- Nagin
- 2005
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Citation Context ...patterns over time. There exists a large literature in criminology that aims to model the trajectories of offending patterns over the life course of individuals using group based modeling techniques (=-=Nagin 2005-=-; Nagin and Land 1993; Land and Nagin 1996). Responding to concerns raised by Hagan and Palloni (1988), in particular, Land and Nagin (1996) demonstrated that group-based trajectory models are well su... |

3 | Embedded Counterfactuals and World War I as an Unavoidable War. - Schroeder - 2004 |

2 | Period Parity Progression Ratios and Birth Intervals in England and Wales, 1941-1971: A Synthetic Life Table Analysis.” Population Studies - Bhorlchain - 1987 |