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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Royal Statistical Society

Volume 168, Number 4, November 2005

Dr Andrew P. Grieve
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The professionalization of the ‘shoe clerk’
pp. 639-656(18)
Author: Grieve, Andrew P.

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The spatial structure of epidemic emergence: geographical aspects of poliomyelitis in north-eastern USA, July–October 1916
pp. 701-722(22)
Authors: Trevelyan, Barry; Smallman-Raynor, Matthew; Cliff, Andrew D.

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A protective estimator for longitudinal binary data subject to non-ignorable non-monotone missingness
pp. 723-735(13)
Authors: Fitzmaurice, Garrett M.; Lipsitz, Stuart R.; Molenberghs, Geert; Ibrahim, Joseph G.

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Modelling reporting bias: the operative mortality rate for ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm repair
pp. 737-752(16)
Authors: Jackson, Dan; Copas, John; Sutton, Alex J.

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Resolving paradoxes involving surrogate end points
pp. 753-762(10)
Authors: Baker, Stuart G.; Izmirlian, Grant; Kipnis, Victor

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