This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 24 references in this bibliography folder.

Daniel, G (2007).
Poverty and Labor Market Behavior in the Ultra-Orthodox Population in Israel
Economics and Society Program:1-55.

Stegeman, J, Vernooij, J, Khalifa, O, Van_den_Broek, J, and Mevius, D (2006).
Establishing the Change in Antibiotic Resistance of Enterococcus Faecium Strains Isolated from Duch Broilers by Logistic Regression and Survival Analysis
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 74(1):56-66.

Daniel, G and Manor, R (2005).
On the Choice of a Poverty Measure: The Case of Israel, 1997 to 2002. In Hebrew, Abstract in English, forthcoming, The Bank of Israel, 1-54

Gottlieb, D and Kasir, N (2004).
Poverty in Israel and a Strategy for Its Reduction
The Bank of Israel.

Gurovich, N and Cohen-Kastro, E (2004).
Ultra-Orthodox Jews – Geographic Distribution and Demographic, Social and Economic Characteristics, 1996-2001
Central Bureau of Statistics – Demography Sector, Working Paper Series(5).

Flug, K and Kasir, N (2003).
Poverty and Employment and the Gulf between Them
Israel Economic Review, 1:55-80.

Frenkel, A, Soyfer, P, and Mayshar, Y (2003).
Potential Income as a Measure of Poverty in Israel
Maurice Falk Institute, Working Paper.

Schares, G, Bärwald, A, Staubach, C, Ziller, M, Klöss, D, Wurm, R, Rauser, M, Labohm, R, Dräger, K, Fasen, W, Hess, R, and Conraths, F (2003).
Regional Distribution of Bovine Neospora Caninum Infection in the German State of Rhineland-Palatinate Modeled by Logistic Regression
International Journal of Parasitology, 33(14):1631-1640.

Bigman, D and Srinivasan, P (2002).
Geographical Targeting of Poverty Alleviation Programs: Methodology and Applications in Rural India
Journal of Policy Modeling, 24:237-255.

Hadjicostas, P and Hadjinicola, G (2001).
The Asymptotic Distribution of the Proportion of Correct Classifications for a Holdout Sample in Logistic Regression
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 92(1-2):193-211.

Berman, E (2000).
Sect, Subsidy, and Sacrifice: An Economist's View of Ultra-Orthodox Jews
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 115(3):904-952.

Degani, A and Degani, R (2000).
The Demand for Housing in the Haredi Sector
Institute for Spatial Analysis Ltd.

Hentschel, J, Lanjouw, J, Lanjouw, P, and Poggi, J (2000).
Combining Survey Data to Trace the Spatial Dimensions of Poverty: A Case Study of Ecuador
World Bank Economic Review, 14(1):147-165.

Hosmer, D and Lemeshow, S (2000).
Applied Logistic Regression
John Wiley & Sons Inc., New York, 2 ed.

Tal_Commission (2000).
Report on the arrangement concerning the recruitment of Yeshiva students to the IDF
Tal Commission.

Dahan, M (1998).
The Ultra-Orthodox Jews and Municipal Authority, Part 1 – Income Distribution in Jerusalem, in Hebrew
Research Series (The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies), 79:1-50.

Schutter, E, Sohn, C, Kristen, P, Möbus, V, Crombach, G, Kaufmann, M, Caffier, H, Kreienberg, R, Verstraeten, A, and Kenemans, P (1998).
Estimation of Probability of Malignancy Using a Logistic Model Combining Physical Examination, Ultrasound, Serum CA 125, and Serum CA 72-4 in Postmenopausal Women with a Pelvic Mass: An International Multicenter Study
Gynecologic Oncology, 69(1):56-63.

Berman, E and Klinov, R (1997).
Human Capital Investment and Nonparticipation: Evidence from a Sample with Infinite Horizons
The Maurice Falk Institute for Economic Research in Israel, Discussion Paper(97.05), Jerusalem.

Friedman, M (1991).
The Haredi (Ultra-Orthodox) Society – Sources, Trends and Processes
The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, Working Paper, Jerusalem.

Glewwe, P and Van_der_Gaag, J (1990).
Idenifying the Poor in Developing Countries: Do Different Definitions Matter?
World Development, 18(6):803-815.

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