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Multiple regression, longitudinal data and welfare in the 19th century: reflections on Yule (1899)

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The paper that G. U. Yule read to the Royal Statistical Society in 1899 is, by virtue of its application of multiple regression to observational data, a landmark in social statistics. It is also an illustration of the value of relating a change in an explanatory variable to a change in the response when wishing to draw causal conclusions. This paper returns to Yule's data and analysis from a 21st†century perspective. A range of multilevel and fixed effects models are fitted to the reconstructed data set and his conclusions are re†examined. The social and political contexts of Yule's work are also considered.

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  • Ian Plewis, 2018. "Multiple regression, longitudinal data and welfare in the 19th century: reflections on Yule (1899)," Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A, Royal Statistical Society, vol. 181(2), pages 517-533, February.
  • Handle: RePEc:bla:jorssa:v:181:y:2018:i:2:p:517-533
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