Imputing income in Longitudinal Study of Australian Children

Killian Mullan, Galina Daraganova, Kalyca Baker

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Abstract

This paper explains why imputing missing income data is of benefit to Longitudinal Study of Australian Children and shows how two techniques have been used in combination to impute this income data.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCanberra
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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NameLSAC Technical Report
No.14

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Mullan, K., Daraganova, G., & Baker, K. (2014). Imputing income in Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. (LSAC Technical Report; No. 14). Canberra.
Mullan, Killian ; Daraganova, Galina ; Baker, Kalyca. / Imputing income in Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. Canberra, 2014. (LSAC Technical Report; 14).
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Mullan, K, Daraganova, G & Baker, K 2014, Imputing income in Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. LSAC Technical Report, no. 14, Canberra.

Imputing income in Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. / Mullan, Killian; Daraganova, Galina; Baker, Kalyca.

Canberra, 2014. (LSAC Technical Report; No. 14).

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