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st: Programme: UK Stata Users Group meeting, 17-18 May 2005

From   "Stephen P. Jenkins" <[email protected]>
To   <[email protected]>
Subject   st: Programme: UK Stata Users Group meeting, 17-18 May 2005
Date   Thu, 3 Mar 2005 09:42:16 -0000

You are invited to attend the UK Stata Users Group's 11th meeting in
London, 17-18 May 2005.

Set out below is the programme. Please note the combination of longer
lecture/review talks with the usual 20 minute talks and popular slots
such as "wishes and grumbles". Bill Gould and Bobby Gutierrez from
StataCorp will be attending the meeting.

For further details, including information about how to register, the
costs of participation, and abstracts, please see  


Tuesday 17 May and Wednesday 18 May 2005

Centre for Econometric Analysis
Cass Business School
106 Bunhill Row
London EC1Y 8TZ

Sponsored by Timberlake Consultants


Tuesday 17 May 2005

08:45-09:25	Registration and Coffee/Tea

09:25-09:30	Bianca De Stavola and Stephen Jenkins	
			Introduction and welcome

09:30-10:00	Roger Newson (King's College London)
			Generalised confidence interval plots 
			using commands or dialogs

10:00-10:30	Patrick Royston	(MRC Clinical Trials Unit, London)
			MICE for multiple imputation of missing 

10:30-11:00	Ben Jann (ETH Zurich)	
			From regression output to document tables: 
			output formatting using -estout-
11:00-11:30	Coffee/Tea
11:30-11:50	Karl Taylor (University of Leicester)
			Teaching microeconometrics using Stata

11:50-12:10	Andr� Charlett and Neville Verlander 
		(Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre, London)
			Interactions made easy

12:10-12:30	Giovanni Bruno (Universit� Bocconi, Milan)
			Monte Carlo analysis for dynamic panel data

12:30-12:50	Stephen Jenkins	(ISER, University of Essex)
			Estimation of inequality indices from survey
			allowing for design effects
12:50-14:00	Lunch
14:00-14:20	Axel Heitm�ller	(London Business School)
			Fixed-effects estimation and decomposition: 
			insights from Monte Carlo studies

14:20-14:40	Verity Allan (St Cross College, Oxford University)
			Statistics and the art of Latin prose

14:40-15:00	Margarethe Theseira and Leticia Veruete-McKay
		(GLA Economics, London)
			Estimation of the gender pay gap in London and
the UK: 
			an econometric approach

15:00-15:20	Alfonso Miranda	(University of Keele)
			Estimation of ordinal response models, 
			accounting for sample selection effects
15:20-15:50	Coffee/Tea	
15:50-17:15	Roberto Gutierrez (StataCorp)	
			Review lecture: recent developments in Stata
17:15	End of formal sessions 
			Optional adjournment to pub, followed by dinner 
			at restaurant (at participant's own cost)
Wednesday 18 May 2005

09:30-10:00	Felicity Clemens (London School of Hygiene 
		and Tropical Medicine)	
			The essentials of data cleaning: hints and tips

10:00-11:00	Tim Collier (London School of Hygiene 
		and Tropical Medicine)	
			Stata 8 graphics: options, suboptions and 
			subsuboptions (lecture/review)
11:00-11:30	Coffee/Tea
11:30-13:00	Andrew Pickles, Milena Falcaro, and Bethan Davies 
		(University of Manchester)
			Applications of -gllamm- in health evaluation 
			studies (lecture/review)
13:00-14:00	Lunch
14:00-15:00	Kit Baum (Boston College)
			A little bit of Stata programming goes a long 
			way ... (lecture/review)
15:00-15:30	Tea/Coffee
15:30-17:15	Bill Gould (StataCorp)	
			Report to users & "Wishes and grumbles"
17:15	Close	

Scientific organisation:

Bianca De Stavola (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), and 
Stephen Jenkins (University of Essex)

Meeting organisation:
Timberlake Consultants

Professor Stephen P. Jenkins <[email protected]>
Institute for Social and Economic Research
University of Essex, Colchester CO4 3SQ, U.K.
Tel: +44 1206 873374.  Fax: +44 1206 873151.   

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