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Daniel H. Hill
Research Associate Professor
University of Michigan

Dr. Hill is a Research Associate Professor at the Survey Research Center, University of Michigan and Co-PI on the Health and Retirement Study. His main research interests revolve around panel survey methodology, broadly defined. Over the last 25 years he has investigated longitudinal measurement error, panel attrition (both its correlates and its effect on parameter estimates) and remedial statistical models of attrition bias in event history models. Although in earlier years he concentrated on analysis of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics and the Survey of Income and Program Participation he is currently concentrating almost exclusively on the Health and Retirement Study. His most recent work has been assessing the extent to which reactive dependent interview improves the empirical validity of longitudinal changes in wealth measures.

Associated Research Projects
UM06-01:  Enhancing the Quality of Data on Income and Wealth
UM05-06:  Enhancing Data Quality through Longitudinal Imputation: Studies of the Income and Asset Data from HRS and AHEAD