Multilevel multiple imputation: A review and evaluation of joint modeling and chained equations imputation.

@article{Enders2016MultilevelMI,
  title={Multilevel multiple imputation: A review and evaluation of joint modeling and chained equations imputation.},
  author={Craig K. Enders and Stephen A. Mistler and Brian T Keller},
  journal={Psychological methods},
  year={2016},
  volume={21 2},
  pages={
          222-40
        }
}
Although missing data methods have advanced in recent years, methodologists have devoted less attention to multilevel data structures where observations at level-1 are nested within higher-order organizational units at level-2 (e.g., individuals within neighborhoods; repeated measures nested within individuals; students nested within classrooms). Joint modeling and chained equations imputation are the principal imputation frameworks for single-level data, and both have multilevel counterparts… CONTINUE READING
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