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Shulamith Gross

Professor of Statistics

Professor of Statistics

Shulamith.Gross@baruch.cuny.edu

 

Education:

BSc Hebrew University of Jerusalem Physics 1962
PhD University of California at Berkeley Statistics and Probability 1966

 

Areas of Expertise:

Nonparametric Statistics, Asymptotic Distribution Problems Associated with Estimated Nuisance Parameters, Categorical Data Analysis, Survival Analysis, Modeling Multivariate Survival Data with Application to Business

 

Selected Publications:

“Evaluating probability Predictions”, (2011) (with T. L. Lai and D. B. shen) Annals of Statistics.Volume 39, Number 5, 2356-2382.

Nachum, L., Zaheer, S., and Gross, S. T., (2008). “Does it Matter Where Countries Are? Proximity to knowledge, markets and resources and MNE location choices”. (with l. nachum and S. Zaheer). Management Science, July 2008, 54, 1252-1265.

“Mortgage Default: Classification Trees Analysis”, (2005). With D. Feldman. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Vol. 30, pp 369-396.

"Weighted Estimation in Linear Regression for Truncated Survival   Data”, (1996) Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, Vol 23: 179-193.

"Nonparametric Estimation and regression Analysis with Left Truncated and Right Censored Data ". (1996). With T. L. Lai.  Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol 91, 435, 1166-1180.

"Bootstrap Methods for Truncated and Censored data," (1996). With T. L. Lai. Statistica Sinica, Vol 6, 3, 509-530.

Professional Activities:

Director, Statistical Consulting Laboratory, Baruch College.

 

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