E-mail me: kolenikovs at missouri dot edu.
Structural equation modeling: asymptotic theory, misspecified models, estimation and testing.
Survey statistics: design-based inference, resampling methods
Economics: income distribution
Statistical programming: Stata software
|This is the book that I edited, jointly with Doug Steinley and Lori Thombs. It is based on the invited talks at 2006 Winemiller symposium. It was published by Wiley in February 2010.|
My Stata tutorials from Duke University website.
Bootstrap for complex surveysContinuing education short course given at the Joint Statistical Meetings, Washington, DC, 2009.
Stat 3500: Intorduction to Probability and Statistics IISemi-official web page
Stat 4310/7310: SamplingUnder development, please come back later.
Stat 4710/7710: Introduction to Probability TheoryThis is a non-proof calculus-based course for engineering majors. The website starts here: basic description, syllabus, success tips, student testimonials.
Stat 9370: Multivariate AnalysisThe course is roughly based on a combination of Mardia-Kent-Bibby + Rencher books, plus small bits of Anderson, plus structural equation models, plus various papers.
Please proceed to the Blackboard to access the course materials.
Stat 9100.3: Analysis of Complex Survey DataThe course is based on a mix of Thompson (1997), Chaudhuri & Stenger (2005), Chambers & Skinner (2003), Korn & Graubard (1999), and selected papers. See syllabus for more information. Draft of the syllabus Lecture notes
Student lettersOften times the faculty receives a request for a recommendation letter from their students. Other times, you chat with a student about what's going on, and they say, "Stas, why don't I write you a letter to support you?". That's been awfully nice!
Readings for the Winter 2007 semester: PDF
February 5, 2007: Misspecified models (by Stas Kolenikov)
My personal webpage.
You can find me at professional communities: LinkedIn, CiteULike, Wikipedia, RePEc, Google, Google Scholar, Amazon.com, StackOverflow, CrossValidated (which are kinda the same thing), and social networks: FaceBook, LiveJournal, В контакте.ру, на Одноклассниках.ру, на моём круге.ру, ... Please keep in mind that I log in to some of this sites about once a year (if that often).
|Department of Statistics||Winemiller 2006 conference on statistics in social sciences|