Emma Gorman
TitleCited byYear
Assessing the representativeness of population-sampled health surveys through linkage to administrative data on alcohol-related outcomes
E Gorman, AH Leyland, G McCartney, IR White, SV Katikireddi, ...
American journal of epidemiology 180 (9), 941-948, 2014
422014
Use of record-linkage to handle non-response and improve alcohol consumption estimates in health survey data: a study protocol
L Gray, G McCartney, IR White, SV Katikireddi, L Rutherford, E Gorman, ...
BMJ open 3 (3), 2013
372013
The effect on household income of government taxation and expenditure in 1988, 1998, 2007 and 2010
O Aziz, M Gibbons, C Ball, E Gorman
Policy Quarterly, 29-38, 2012
192012
Health and Retirement of Older New Zealanders
E Gorman, GM Scobie, A Towers
Treasury Working Paper Series, 2012
172012
Measuring saving rates in New Zealand: An update
E Gorman, GMD Scobie, Y Paek
The Treasury, 2013
152013
Adjustment for survey non‐representativeness using record‐linkage: refined estimates of alcohol consumption by deprivation in Scotland
E Gorman, AH Leyland, G McCartney, SV Katikireddi, L Rutherford, ...
Addiction 112 (7), 1270-1280, 2017
142017
The Causal Effects of Adolescent School Bullying Victimisation on Later Life Outcomes
E Gorman, CP Harmon, S Mendolia, A Staneva, I Walker
IZA Discussion Paper, 2019
12019
Schooling, occupation and cognitive function: Evidence from compulsory schooling laws
E Gorman
SocArXiv, 2017
12017
Correcting for non-participation bias in health surveys using record-linkage, synthetic observations and pattern mixture modelling
L Gray, E Gorman, IR White, SV Katikireddi, G McCartney, L Rutherford, ...
Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 2019
2019
Validation of non-participation bias methodology based on record-linked Finnish register-based health survey data: a protocol paper
MA McMinn, P Martikainen, E Gorman, H Rissanen, T Härkänen, ...
BMJ Open 9 (4), e026187, 2019
2019
Does schooling have lasting effects on cognitive function? Evidence from compulsory schooling laws
E Gorman
20th IZA Summer School in Labor Economics, 2017
2017
Does schooling have lasting effects on cognitive function? Evidence from compulsory schooling laws
E Gorman
6th Biennial Conference of the American Society of Health Economists, 2016
2016
Estimation of alcohol intake corrected for non-response bias using record-linked survey data in ScotlandAlastair Leyland
L Gray, E Gorman, IR White, G McCartney, SV Katikireddi, L Rutherford, ...
European Journal of Public Health 24 (suppl_2), 2014
2014
Quantifying non-response bias in the Scottish Health Survey by comparison of alcohol-related harms with the general populationEmma Gorman
E Gorman, AH Leyland, G McCartney, IR White, SV Katikireddi, ...
European Journal of Public Health 23 (suppl_1), 2013
2013
A methodology for addressing health survey non-response using record-linkage: Linsay Gray
L Gray, E Gorman, G McCartney, IR White, SV Katikireddi, L Rutherford, ...
The European Journal of Public Health 23 (suppl_1), ckt126. 179, 2013
2013
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