Estimation of the Number of Unemployed and Employed For Lithuanian Counties and Municipalities Using Models
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Linas Naujanis
Lietuvos statistikos departamentas
Danutė Krapavickaitė
Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania
Published 2015-12-20
https://doi.org/10.15388/LJS.2015.13878
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Keywords

area with small sample size
model-based estimator
multiple regression model
James–Stein estimator

How to Cite

Naujanis L. and Krapavickaitė D. (2015) “Estimation of the Number of Unemployed and Employed For Lithuanian Counties and Municipalities Using Models”, Lithuanian Journal of Statistics, 54(1), pp. 33-44. doi: 10.15388/LJS.2015.13878.

Abstract

Problems of finite population parameters estimation are analyzed in this paper. Four methods have been used for parameterestimation: sampling design-based unbiased estimator, multiple regression and logistic regression model-based estimators and James–Stein estimator. The design-based estimator is unbiased, but its standard deviation is usually high. Model-based estimators are notunbiased, but their standard deviations are low. In order to minimize the standard deviation and the bias, the James–Stein estimator isapplied. Labour force survey data of Statistics Lithuania are used for simulation to study model-based estimators for the number ofunemployed and employed persons in districts and counties, and the role of information on registered unemployment in these models.

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