Dominique Haughton

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  • Bob Baulch, Truong Thi, Kim Chuyen, Dominique Haughton, Jonathan Haughton, Fellow +2 others
  • 2002
This study examines the latest quantitative evidence on disparities in living standards between and among the different ethnic groups in Vietnam. Using data from the 1998 Vietnam Living Standards Survey and 1999 Census, we show that Kinh and Hoa (" majority ") households have substantially higher living standards than " minority " households from Vietnam's(More)
  • Dominique Haughton, Joel Deichmann, Abdolreza Eshghi, Selin Sayek, Nicholas Teebagy, Heikki Topi
  • 2003
We present to the statistical community an overview of five data mining packages with the intent of leaving the reader with a sense of the different capabilities, the ease or difficulty of use, and the user interface of each package. We are not attempting to perform a controlled comparison of the algorithms in each package to decide which has the strongest(More)
Even though social networking sites are very popular all around the globe, social networks for professionals have not received much attention from the scientific community. We study how physicians interact with each other from the perspective of network analysis. In our study, we treat each physician as a node, and the link between them represents their(More)
Information quality assessment is the process of inspecting business information to ensure that it meets the needs of the knowledge workers who depend on it. We suggest in this paper that, prior to implementing a system to assess quality, those responsible for information quality can use a subset of clean data to create a statistical model of a decision(More)
This paper proposes an approach for comparing interlocked board networks over time to test for statistically significant change. In addition to contributing to the conversation about whether the Mizruchi hypothesis (that a disintegration of power is occurring within the corporate elite) holds or not, we propose novel methods to handle a longitudinal(More)
Biological thought increasingly recognizes the centrality of the genome in constituting and regulating processes ranging from cellular systems to ecology and evolution. In this paper, we ask whether genomics is similarly positioned as a core concept in the instructional sequence for undergraduate biology. Using quantitative methods, we analyzed the order in(More)