Multilevel models in the study of dynamic household structures

Authors
Goldstein, H., Rasbash, J., Browne, W. J., Woodhouse, G. and Poulain, M.
Year
2000
Journal
European Journal of Population, 16:4, 373-387
DOI
10.1023/A:1006493723125
Abstract

A modelling procedure is proposed for complex, dynamic household data structures where households change composition over time. Multilevel multiple membership models are presented for such data and their application is discussed with an example.

Number of levels
3
Model data structure
Response types
Multivariate response model?
No
Longitudinal data?
Yes
Further model keywords
Substantive discipline
Substantive keywords
Impact

Paper shows new ways of modelling household structures/key paper showing how multiple membership models can analyse changing household compositions

Paper submitted by
William Browne, Bristol Veterinary School, University of Bristol, william.browne@bristol.ac.uk
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