Hernandez M & Pudney S (2016) bicop: A command for fitting bivariate ordinal regressions with residual dependence characterized by a copula function and normal mixture marginals. The Stata Journal, 16(1), 159-184. View this article in WRRO
Johnston DW, Propper C, Pudney SE & Shields MA (2014) The income gradient in childhood mental health: All in the eye of the beholder?. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A: Statistics in Society, 177(4), 807-827.
Conti G, Galeotti A, Müller G & Pudney S (2013) Popularity. Journal of Human Resources, 48(4), 1072-1094.
MacDonald Z & Pudney SE (2000) Analysing drug abuse with the British crime survey data: modelling and questionnaire design issues. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics), 95-117.
Pudney SE, Deadman DF & Clark F (1999) A simple non-parametric test for the equality of auto-correlation structures of two stochastic processes, with application to experimental data. Annales de l'Institut de Statistique de l'Universite de Paris, 85-101.
Pudney SE & Thomas JM (1993) Alternative approaches to modelling individual transitions: the labour force participation of the wives of unemployed men in the UK. Statistica, 467-486.
Kurosawa M & Pudney SE (1993) A method for the joint analysis of the timing and magnitude of events in a continuous-time panel: the effects of British incomes policy 1950-73. Journal of Econometrics, 161-185.
Pudney SE (1988) Estimating Engel Curves: A Generalisation of the P-Tobit Model (invited paper presented at the 1988 meeting of the Finnish Society for Economic Research). Finnish Economic Papers, 129-147.
Pudney SE & Davillas A () Concordance of health states in couples: Analysis of self-reported, nurse administered and blood-based biomarker data in the UK Understanding Society panel. Journal of Health Economics.
Pudney SE & Jackle AE (2012) Measuring wellbeing - what you ask is what you get - or is it? In McFall SL (Ed.), Understanding Society: Findings (pp. 31-32). Colchester: Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex.
Mealli F & Pudney SE (2003) Applying heterogeneous transition models in labour economics: the role of youth training in labour market transitions In Chambers RL & Skinner CJ (Ed.), Analysis of Survey Data (pp. 245-274). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.
MacDonald Z & Pudney SE (2000) The labour market consequences of illicit drug use In MacDonald Z & Pyle DJ (Ed.), Illicit Activity The Economics of Crime, Drugs, and Tax Fraud (pp. 223-248). Aldershot: Ashgate Pub Limited.
Pudney SE, Pyle DJ & Saruc T (2000) Income tax evasion: an experimental approach In MacDonald Z & Pyle DJ (Ed.), Illicit Activity The Economics of Crime, Drugs, and Tax Fraud (pp. 267-283). Aldershot: Ashgate Pub Limited.
Deadman DF, Pudney SE & Pyle DJ (2000) Measurement error in economic models of crime In MacDonald Z & Pyle DJ (Ed.), Illicit Activity The Economics of Crime, Drugs, and Tax Fraud (pp. 39-60). Aldershot: Ashgate Pub Limited.
Pudney SE & MacDonald Z (2000) The victims of property crime In MacDonald Z & Pyle DJ (Ed.), Illicit Activity The Economics of Crime, Drugs, and Tax Fraud (pp. 151-172). Aldershot: Ashgate Pub Limited.
Hildreth A & Pudney SE (1999) Econometric issues in the analysis of linked cross-section employer-worker surveys In Haltiwanger JC, Lane J, Spletzer JR, Theeuwees J & Troske K (Ed.), The creation and analysis of employer-employee matched data (pp. 461-487). Amsterdam: North Holland.
Hildreth A & Pudney SE (1999) Linked cross-section employer-worker surveys In Biffignandi S (Ed.), Micro- and Macrodata of Firms (pp. 509-540). Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag.
Cosh A, Hughes A, Lee H-H & Pudney SE (1998) Semi-parametric estimation of the company growth-size relation In Begg IG & Henry SGB (Ed.), Applied Economics and Public Policy (pp. 145-179). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Pudney SE & Sutherland H (1996) Statistical reliability in microsimulation models with econometrically-estimated behavioural responses In Harding A (Ed.), Microsimulation and Public Policy (pp. 473-503). Amsterdam: North Holland.
Jarvis S & Pudney SE (1995) Redistributive policy in a transition economy: the case of Hungary In Newberry DMG (Ed.), Tax and Benefit Reform in Central and Eastern Europe (pp. 49-84). London: Centre for Economic Policy research.
Pudney SE (1995) Social security reform in urban China: the case of Shanghai In Chang H-J & Nolan P (Ed.), The Transformation of the Communist Economies (pp. 230-281). London: Macmillan.
Pudney SE & Wang L (1994) Rationing and consumer demand in China: simulating the effects of a reform of the urban food pricing system In Nolan P & Fan Q (Ed.), Chinese economic reform: the Costs and Benefits of Incrementalism (pp. 218-257). London: Macmillan.
Hancock RM, Mallender J & Pudney SE (1992) Constructing a computer model for simulating the future distribution of pensioners' incomes for Great Britain In Hancock RM & Sutherland H (Ed.), Microsimulation Models for Public Policy Analysis: New Frontiers (pp. 33-66). Suntory-Toyota International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines
Pudney SE & Sutherland H (1992) The Statistical Reliability of Microsimulation Estimates Results for a UK Tax-benefit Model In Hancock RM & Sutherland H (Ed.), Microsimulation Models for Public Policy Analysis: New Frontiers (pp. 133-182). Suntory-Toyota International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines
Pudney SE (1991) On the estimation of Engel Curves In Myles G (Ed.), Measurement and modelling in economics (pp. 267-304). Amsterdam: New Holland.
Boyle JR, Gorman WM & Pudney SE (1976) The Demand for Related Goods In Intriligator MD (Ed.), Frontiers of Quantitative Economics (pp. 87-101). Amsterdam: North Holland.