George Leckie
George Leckie
Professor of Social Statistics, University of Bristol
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TitleCited byYear
Runmlwin-a program to Run the MLwiN multilevel modelling software from within stata
G Leckie, C Charlton
Journal of Statistical Software 52 (11), 1-40, 2013
2792013
The limitations of using school league tables to inform school choice
G Leckie, H Goldstein
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2009
1902009
The complexity of school and neighbourhood effects and movements of pupils on school differences in models of educational achievement
G Leckie
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2009
1192009
Children's educational progress: partitioning family, school and area effects
J Rasbash, G Leckie, R Pillinger, J Jenkins
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2010
1142010
runmlwin: Stata module for fitting multilevel models in the MLwiN software package.
G Leckie, C Charlton
Centre for Multilevel Modelling, University of Bristol., 2011
792011
Rater effects on essay scoring: A multilevel analysis of severity drift, central tendency, and rater experience
G Leckie, JA Baird
Journal of Educational Measurement 48 (4), 399-418, 2011
772011
Multilevel modeling of social segregation
G Leckie, R Pillinger, K Jones, H Goldstein
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 37 (1), 3-30, 2012
692012
School league tables: what can they really tell us?
H Goldstein, G Leckie
Significance 5 (2), 67-69, 2008
622008
Understanding contextual effects on externalizing behaviors in children in out-of-home care: Influence of workers and foster families
C Cheung, D Goodman, G Leckie, JM Jenkins
Children and Youth Services Review 33 (10), 2050-2060, 2011
602011
An original stepwise multilevel logistic regression analysis of discriminatory accuracy: the case of neighbourhoods and health
J Merlo, P Wagner, N Ghith, G Leckie
PLoS One 11 (4), e0153778, 2016
562016
The role of maternal factors in sibling relationship quality: a multilevel study of multiple dyads per family
J Jenkins, J Rasbash, G Leckie, K Gass, J Dunn
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 53 (6), 622-629, 2012
562012
Impact of patients' socioeconomic status on the distance travelled for hospital admission in the English National Health Service
C Propper, M Damiani, G Leckie, J Dixon
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 12 (3), 153-159, 2007
552007
Understanding uncertainty in school league tables
G Leckie, H Goldstein
Fiscal Studies 32 (2), 207-224, 2011
522011
Modeling heterogeneous variance–covariance components in two-level models
G Leckie, R French, C Charlton, W Browne
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 39 (5), 307-332, 2014
432014
Cross-classified multilevel models
G Leckie
arXiv preprint arXiv:1907.02569, 2019
392019
Food sharing networks in lowland Nicaragua: an application of the social relations model to count data
JM Koster, G Leckie
Social Networks 38, 100-110, 2014
392014
The Impact of Neighbourhood on the Income and Mental Health of British Social Renters
C Propper, S Burgess, A Bolster, G Leckie, K Jones, R Johnston
CMPO Working Paper Series 6 (161), 37, 2006
382006
The evolution of school league tables in England 1992-2016
G Leckie, H Goldstein
Bristol Working Papers in Education 2016 (02), 35, 2016
32*2016
A note on ‘The limitations of school league tables to inform school choice’
G Leckie, H Goldstein
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2011
302011
A multilevel modelling approach to measuring changing patterns of ethnic composition and segregation among London secondary schools, 2001–2010
G Leckie, H Goldstein
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2015
292015
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