Anna-Lena Wölwer

Anna-Lena Wölwer
Universität Trier · Economic and Social Statistics Department

Master of Science

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Socioeconomic indicators play a crucial role in monitoring political actions over time and across regions. Income-based indicators such as the median income of sub-populations can provide information on the impact of measures, e.g., on poverty reduction. Regional information is usually published on an aggregated level. Due to small sample sizes, th...
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Today, big data is a buzz word. Although there have been attempts to properly define the term, a really universally accepted definition has not yet been given. Accordingly, many different types of data may be classified as big data or new data. These range from scanner data collected at retail outlets, through remote sensing data to mobile phone da...
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Model-based small area predictors are derived under the assumption that data files are complete. In application to real data, files may contain missing values. We introduce a variant of the bivariate Fay-Herriot model that takes into account for missing values in one component of the target variable and give fitting algorithms to estimate the model...
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Gravity models are used to explain bilateral flows related to the sizes of bilateral partners, a measure of distance between them and other influences on interaction costs. The underlying idea is rather simple. The greater the masses of two bodies and the smaller the distance between them, the stronger they attract each other. This concept is appli...