Imputing a continuous income variable from a bracketed income variable with special attention to missing observations
Stern, Steven (1991) Imputing a continuous income variable from a bracketed income variable with special attention to missing observations. Economics Letters, 37(3), pp. 287-291.
This paper proposes a method, based on polychotomous discrete choice methods, to impute a continuous measure of income when only a bracketed measure of income is available and for only a subset of the obsevations. The method is shown to perform well with CP5 data. © 1991.
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|Divisions:||Current > Schools > School of Mathematical Sciences
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|Copyright Owner:||Copyright 1991 Elsevier BV|
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