Professor Robert Crouchley
EconomicsThe Management School
1979-1981 University of Wales, 2-year post-doctoral research fellowship in Department of Town Planning, UWIST, Cardiff.
1985 ESRC grant of £2,000 to organise a conference at the University of Surrey on Longitudinal Data Analysis.
1987-1991 ESRC, peer review, grant to use the CRAY super computer at ULCC.
1990-2000 One of circa 40 applicants for an Interdisciplinary Research Centre (Director: Professor R. Layard, Centre for Economic Performance, LSE).
1993-1995 ESRC, grant of £26,980, To Test for the Exogeneity of Area in the SCELI Data for a Competing Risk Model of Labour Mobility. This grant output was classified as good.
1993-1996 ESRC, grant of £12,910, A study of self-employment episodes in the careers of managers (with C. Mills, Professor P. Abell, 1994-1995).
1996-1998 ESRC, grant of £29,365, Testing for quasi market forces in secondary education (with S. Bradley and Professor J. Taylor, Lancaster University, Department of Economics). This grant output was classified as outstanding
1997-1998 Lancaster University, Committee for Research, grant of £1,500, Some preliminary research on the Youth Cohort Study for England and Wales, (with S. Bradley and Prof. J Taylor).
1997-1999 ESRC, grant of £37,900, A test for the interdependence of the selected areas and labour market mobility in the BHPS data.
1998-2001 ESRC, grant of £82,863, Assessing the consequences of ignoring dropout in panel surveys.
2001-2004 ESRC, grant of £250,000, A High Performance Computing Facility for the Social Sciences.
The development of statistical methods for causal inference in non-experimental data, these include models for errors in variables, missing data, heterogeneity, state dependence non stationarity, event history data, selection effects.
BSc (Loughborough) Civil Engineering, 1971 MSc (UWIST) Town Planning, 1976 PhD (UWIST) Stochastic process theory applied to dwelling tenure, Department of Town Planning (supervisor: Professor Richard B. Davies), 1979. PhD (London) Testing for overdispersion in the parametric proportional hazards and some related models, Department of Mathematics, Imperial College (supervisor: Professor Sir David Cox), 1992.
- Multivariate Generalized Linear Mixed Models Using R
Berridge, D. & Crouchley, R. 2011 Boca Raton, Florida : CRC Press.
- Supporting the uptake of Cyberinfrastructure in the Social Sciences and the challenges faced
Dolby, P., Pearce, N., Fish, A., Van Ark, T. & Crouchley, R. 2007
- The search for innovators and early adopters of e-collaborative technologies within small and medium sized enterprises in the UK
Robertson, A., Crouchley, R., Brown, D H. & Lockett, N J. 2007 Lancaster University : The Department of Management Science, (Management Science Working Paper Series)
- Entrepreneurs'' attitude towards the computer and its effect on e-business adoption
Robertson, A., Lockett, N J., Brown, D H. & Crouchley, R. 2007 Lancaster University : The Department of Management Science, (Management Science Working Paper Series)
- Higher education performance indicators: invited comments on the papers by Draper, Gittoes and Bratti et al
Taylor, J. & Crouchley, R. 2004 In: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A. 167, 3, p. 497-499. 3 p.