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Evaluation of EBLUP-Type Estimator Based on a Logistic Linear Mixed Model for Small Area Unemployment
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Evaluation of EBLUP-Type Estimator Based on a Logistic Linear Mixed Model for Small Area Unemployment
Kim, Seo-Young; Kwon, Soon-Pil;
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In Korea, the small area estimation method is currently unpopular in generating o cial statistics. Because it may be difficult to determine the reliability for small area estimation, although small area estimation ha a sufficiently good advantage to generate small area statistics for Korea. This paper inspects the method of making small area unemployment through the small area estimation method. To estimate small area unemployment we used an EBLUP-type estimator based on a logistic linear mixed model. To evaluate the EBLUP-type estimator we accomplished the real data analysis and simulation experiment from the population and housing census data. In addition, small area estimates are compared to large sample survey estimates. We found the provided method in this paper is highly recommendable to generate small area unemployment as the official statistics.
Small area estimation;unemployment;generalized linear mixed model;
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