Fully Efficient Joint Fractional Imputation for Incomplete Bivariate Ordinal Responses

@article{She2018FullyEJ,
  title={Fully Efficient Joint Fractional Imputation for Incomplete Bivariate Ordinal Responses},
  author={Xichen She and Changbao Wu},
  journal={Statistica Sinica},
  year={2018}
}
We propose a fully efficient joint fractional imputation method for handling bivariate ordinal responses with missing observations. We show that the method is ideally suited for bivariate ordinal responses to create a single imputed data file and provides valid and efficient inferences for the joint and marginal probabilities, association measures, as well as regression analysis. Asymptotic properties of estimators based on the joint fractionally imputed data set are developed and their… 

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