Richard Williams
Richard Williams
Professor of Sociology, University of Notre Dame
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Generalized ordered logit/partial proportional odds models for ordinal dependent variables
R Williams
The Stata Journal 6 (1), 58-82, 2006
Using the margins command to estimate and interpret adjusted predictions and marginal effects
R Williams
The Stata Journal 12 (2), 308-331, 2012
Using heterogeneous choice models to compare logit and probit coefficients across groups
R Williams
Sociological Methods & Research 37 (4), 531-559, 2009
Interracial friendship choices in secondary schools
MT Hallinan, RA Williams
American Sociological Review, 67-78, 1989
Students' characteristics and the peer-influence process
MT Hallinan, RA Williams
Sociology of Education, 122-132, 1990
Understanding and interpreting generalized ordered logit models
R Williams
The Journal of Mathematical Sociology 40 (1), 7-20, 2016
The changing face of inequality in home mortgage lending
R Williams, R Nesiba, ED McConnell
Social Problems 52 (2), 181-208, 2005
Fitting heterogeneous choice models with oglm
R Williams
Stata Journal 10 (4), 540, 2010
The stability of students' interracial friendships
MT Hallinan, RA Williams
American Sociological Review, 653-664, 1987
Maximum Likelihood for Cross-lagged Panel Models with Fixed Effects
PD Allison, R Williams, E Moral-Benito
Socius 3, 2378023117710578, 2017
Beyond wives' family sociology: A method for analyzing couple data
E Thomson, R Williams
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 999-1008, 1982
Ability grouping and contextual determinants of educational expectations in Israel
Y Shavit, RA Williams
American Sociological Review, 62-73, 1985
Dynamic panel data modelling using maximum likelihood: an alternative to Arellano-Bond
E Moral-Benito, P Allison, R Williams
Applied Economics 51 (20), 2221-2232, 2019
Linear dynamic panel-data estimation using maximum likelihood and structural equation modeling
R Williams, PD Allison, E Moral-Benito
The Stata Journal 18 (2), 293-326, 2018
Residential segregation and the transformation of home mortgage lending
C Bond, R Williams
Social Forces 86 (2), 671-698, 2007
How to calculate the practical significance of citation impact differences? An empirical example from evaluative institutional bibliometrics using adjusted predictions and …
L Bornmann, R Williams
Journal of Informetrics 7 (2), 562-574, 2013
Can spouses be trusted? a look at husband/wife proxy reports
R Williams, E Thomson
Demography 22 (1), 115-123, 1985
A note on correlated measurement error in wife-husband data
E Thomson, R Williams
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 643-649, 1984
Can the journal impact factor be used as a criterion for the selection of junior researchers? A large-scale empirical study based on ResearcherID data
L Bornmann, R Williams
Journal of Informetrics 11 (3), 788-799, 2017
Normalization issues in latent variable modeling
R Williams, E Thomson
Sociological Methods & Research 15 (1-2), 24-43, 1986
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