The SAGE Handbook of Regression Analysis and Causal Inference

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Edited by: Henning Best & Christof Wolf

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    Gerrit Bauer is a postdoctoral researcher at the Deparment of Sociology, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. His research focuses on family sociology, the life course and social stratification.

    Patricia A. Berglund is a Senior Research Associate in the Survey Methodology Program at the Institute for Social Research. Her research interests include survey data analysis and mental/physical health research.

    Henning Best is Professor of Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences at the University of Würzburg. His research interests include survey methodology, rational choice, environmental sociology.

    Gwendolin J. Blossfeld is a DPhil student at Nuffield College at the University of Oxford. Her research interests include longitudinal data analysis, labor market dynamics, family sociology, social inequality and demography.

    Hans-Peter Blossfeld is is Professor of Sociology at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy, and Professor of Sociology at Bamberg University since 2002, where he is on leave. He has published 35 books and over 240 articles on life course research, social inequality, family and educational sociology, labor market research, and statistical methods for longitudinal data analysis – which have been cited more than 17, 000 times (Google Scholar, 2014).

    Josef Brüderl is Professor of Sociology at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. His research interests include methods of social research, especially longitudinal methods, family research, organizational research.

    Martin Elff is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Political and Administrative Sciences at the University of Konstanz. His research interests are in comparative politics, political behavior, and political methodology.

    Viktor Emonds is a doctoral student at the Centre for Sociological Research, KU Leuven. His main research interests include ethnic inequalities and educational sociology.

    Jessica Fortin-Rittberger is Professor of Comparative Politics at the University of Salzburg. Her main areas of research interest include political developments in former communist countries, political institutions and their measurement, women's political representation, as well as the impact of state capacity on democratization.

    Markus Gangl is Professor of Sociology and Chair for Social Stratification and Social Policy at the Goethe University of Frankfurt, and Permanent Honorary Fellow of the Department of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Besides his interest in the methodology of quantitative social science, his main area of research is the interplay of public policy, economic inequality and social stratification in affluent countries.

    Steve G. Heeringa is a Research Scientist at the Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. His research interests are focused in methods of sample design and inference for large-scale population studies.

    Joop Hox is Professor of Social Science Methodology at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Utrecht University. His research interests are data quality in surveys and analysis models for complex data.

    David S. Lee is Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University. His main research interests are labor economics and the econometrics of program evaluation.

    Thomas Lemieux is Professor of Economics at the University of British Columbia. His research focuses on the determinants of income inequality and applied econometrics.

    Henning Lohmann is Professor of Sociology, in particular Social Research Methods at Hamburg University. His research focuses on poverty and social inequality in a comparative perspective.

    J. Scott Long is Distinguished Professor and Chancellor's Professor of Sociology and Statistics at Indiana University, Bloomington.

    Geert Loosveldt is Professor at the Department of Sociology of the Catholic University of Leuven. His research focuses on research methodology in general and evaluation of survey data quality in particular.

    Volker Ludwig is a researcher at the Institute of Sociolology of the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. He is interested in social research methods, family sociology and labor market research.

    Bart Meuleman is Assistant Professor at the Centre for Sociological Research, KU Leuven, where he teaches research methodology and statistics. His current research focuses on cross-national comparisons of welfare support and anti-immigration attitudes.

    Stephen L. Morgan is the Jan Rock Zubrow'77 Professor in the Social Sciences at Cornell University. His main research interests are sociology of education, social stratification, and the methodology of social inquiry.

    Christopher Muller is a PhD candidate in sociology and a doctoral fellow in the Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy at Harvard University. His research interests include historical sociology, inequality, incarceration, and slavery.

    Susumu Shikano is a Professor of Political Methodology at the Department of Politics and Public Administration of the University of Konstanz, Germany. His research interests include electoral politics, coalition formation and bureaucratic behavior.

    Brady T. West is a Research Assistant Professor in the Survey Methodology Program, located within the Survey Research Center at the Institute for Social Research on the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor campus. His research interests include the analysis of complex sample survey data and regression models for longitudinal and clustered data.

    Leoniek Wijngaards-de Meij is a Lecturer at the Department of Methodology and Statistics, University of Utrecht.

    Christopher Winship is the Diker-Tishman Professor of Sociology and a member of the senior faculty in the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Since 1995, he has been editor of Sociological Methods & Research. His research interests include quantitative methodology, pragmatism, and applications of cognitive psychology to sociology.

    Christof Wolf is Scientific Director at GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences and Professor of Sociology at Mannheim University. His research focuses on sociology of religion, social stratification, methodology, and data analysis.

    Preface

    A book like this one cannot be written without the help, support, and collaboration of many persons. We are most grateful to the authors for their enthusiasm in contributing to this volume, and the reviewers for devoting their valuable time to helping further improve the quality of the contributions. We also thank Julia Khorshed for helping with the preparation of the LATEX typescript and Heike Antoni and Désirée Nie?en for proofreading. Finally, this book would not have seen the light of a well-illuminated desk without the excellent work of Katie Metzler and the Sage publishing team who supported the idea for this book from the beginning. We thank them very much for their enthusiasm and support.

    HenningBest and ChristofWolf
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