KIM, Jae-kwang
Full Professor

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Curriculum Vitae

1208 Snedecor, 515-294-7068



Survey sampling, Missing data analysis, Statistical Computing, Statistical Inference


PhD, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, 2000
MS, Seoul National University, Korea, 1993
BS, Seoul National University, Korea, 1991

Recent Publications:

  • J.K. Kim and J.N.K. Rao (2012), 'Combining data from two independent surveys: a model-assisted approach', Biometrika Vol. 99, Pages 85-100.
  • Z. Ming and J.K. Kim (2012), 'An efficient method of estimation for longitudinal surveys with monotone missing data', Biometrika , Pages 631-648.
  • Jae-kwang Kim (2011), 'Parametric fractional imputation for missing data analysis', Biometrika Vol. 98, Pages 119-132.
  • J.K. Kim and C.L. Yu (2011), 'A semi-parametric estimation of mean functionals with non-ignorable missing data', Journal of the American Statistical Association Vol. 106, Pages 157-165.
  • J.K. Kim, W.A. Fuller, and W.R. Bell (2011), 'Variance estimation for nearest neighbor imputation for U.S. Census long form data', Annals of Applied Statistics Vol. 5, Pages 824-842.