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Volume 74, Number 3
Publication Date: December 2006
A Statistical Approach to Assess Referendum Results: the Venezuelan Recall Referendum 2004
Maria M. Febres Cordero and Bernardo Márquez; 215-389
Comparison of Benchmarking Methods with and without a Survey Error Model
Zhao-Guo Chen and Ka Ho Wu; 285-304
Causality and Causal Models: A Conceptual Perspective
Benito V. Frosini; 305-334
Towards an Integrated Statistical System at Statistics Netherlands
Nico Heerschap and Leon Willenborg; 357-378
Measure for Measure: Exact F Tests and the Mixed Models Controversy
Viviana B. Lencina and Julio M. Singer; 391-402
Estimation in Two-Stage Models with Heteroscedasticity
John Buonaccorsi; 403-418