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Monday, April 21
Grant Miller: Managerial Incentives in Public Service Delivery

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Xiang Zhou

Graduate Student, Population Studies Center.

Graduate Student, Department of Sociology.

Graduate Student, Department of Statistics.

Sociology and Statistics, Year: 5

PSC Mentor: Yu Xie

Research Interests: social demography and methodology

Recent Publications

Journal Articles

Zhou, Xiang, and Yu Xie. Forthcoming. "Propensity-Score-Based Methods versus MTE-Based Methods in Causal Inference: Identification, Estimation, and Application." Sociological Methods and Research. NIHMSID: NIHMS418236.

Zhou, Xiang. 2012. "A Nonparametric Index of Stratification." Sociological Methodology, 42(1): 365-389. DOI. Abstract. Public Access.

Xie, Yu, and Xiang Zhou. 2012. "Modeling individual-level heterogeneity in racial residential segregation." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109(29): 11646-11651. PMCID: PMC3406804. DOI. Abstract.

PSC Reports

Xie, Yu, and Xiang Zhou. "Modeling Individual-Level Heterogeneity in Racial Residential Segregation." PSC Research Report No. 12-753. January 2012. Abstract. PDF.

Zhou, Xiang, and Yu Xie. 2011. "Propensity-Score-Based Methods versus MTE-Based Methods in Causal Inference." PSC Research Report No. 11-747. December 2011. Abstract. PDF.