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Fiona Steele

Professor in Statistics and Deputy Head of Department

Office: Columbia House, Room COL 7.12

Address: Department of Statistics
London School of Economics
Houghton Street
London, WC2A 2AE
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)20 7955 6236



Curriculum Vitae (August 2018) (pdf format)

Office hours 2018-19

Lent Term: Mondays 12:30-14:00.

Please make an appointment via LSE for You.

Teaching 2018-2019

ST442: Longitudinal Data Analysis

Online training materials

Data and syntax (includes Mplus, R, SPSS and Stata) to accompany Bartholomew, D.J., Steele, F., Moustaki, I. and Galbraith, J.I. (2008) Analysis of Multivariate Social Science Data (2nd edition). CRC Press.

Modules on analysis of multilevel data from LEMMA online course. Author of modules on analysis of multilevel continuous, binary, ordinal and nominal responses, and repeated measures data. Materials includes practical exercises in MLwiN and Stata.

Course on multilevel discrete-time event history analysis (1.8MB). Materials include lectures slides, Stata practicals, datasets and syntax.

Research interests

Longitudinal data analysis

Multilevel modelling

Event history (survival) analysis

Simultaneous equations modelling

Applications of social statistics in demography

Research grants

Methods for the Analysis of Longitudinal Dyadic Data, with Applications to Intergenerational Exchanges of Family Support (DyLAnIE), October 2017 - September 2020, ESRC with co-funding from EPSRC. Principal Investigator.

Longitudinal Effects, Multilevel Modelling and Applications (LEMMA 3), October 2011 - March 2015. A node of the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods. Principal Investigator.

Interrelationships between Housing Transitions and Fertility in Britain and Australia, October 2010 - March 2014, funded by ESRC. Principal Investigator.

Methods for modelling repeated measures in a lifecourse framework, April 2011 - March 2014, funded by MRC. Co-Investigator.

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