Thomas Fraser Crossley
Thomas (Tom) Crossley is Research Professor and Codirector of the Panel Study for Income Dynamics (PSID). Professor Crossley’s research interests include household behavior (particularly consumption and saving behavior), financial security, and living standards; the design, collection and analysis of survey data; and economic measurement more broadly.
- Walzenbach, Sandra, Burton, Jonathan, Mick P Couper, Thomas Fraser Crossley, Jäckle, Annette. 2023. Experiments On Multiple Requests For Consent to Data Linkage in Surveys. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 11(3):518-540.
- Annette Jäckle, Burton, Jonathan, Mick P Couper, Thomas Fraser Crossley, Walzenbach, Sandra. 2023. Survey Consent to Administrative Data Linkage: Five Experiments on Wording and Format. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology
- Annette Jäckle, Jonathan Burton, Mick P Couper, Thomas Fraser Crossley, Sandra Walzenbach. 2023. How and Why Does the Mode of Data Collection Affect Consent to Data Linkage?. Survey Research Methods 16(3):387-408.
- Thomas Fraser Crossley, Fisher, Paul, Low, Hamish, Levell, Peter. 2023. A year of COVID: the evolution of labour market and financial inequalities through the crisis. Oxford Economic Papers 75(3):589-612.
- Benzeval, Michaela, Andrayas, Alexandria, Mazza, Jan, Al Baghal, Tarek, Burton, Jonathan, Thomas Fraser Crossley, Kumari, Meena. 2023. Does the feedback of blood results in observational studies influence response and consent? A randomised study of the Understanding Society Innovation Panel. BMC Medical Research Methodology 23(1):134.
- Thomas Fraser Crossley, Fisher, Paul, Hussein, Omar. 2023. Assessing data from summary questions about earnings and income. Labour Economics 81:102331.
- Thomas Fraser Crossley, Peter Levell, Stavros Poupakis. 2022. Regression with an imputed dependent variable. Journal of Applied Econometrics 37(7):1277-1294.
- Thomas Fraser Crossley, Gong, Yifan, Stinebrickner, Ralph, Stinebrickner, Todd. 2022. The ex post accuracy of subjective beliefs: A new measure and decomposition. Economics Letters 210:110160.