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Name: Dr. Javid Shabbir
Designation: Professor and Chairperson
Department: Statistics


Qualifications: PhD (Kent Uni. at Canterbury, UK)
MS (Uni. of Southampton, UK),
MSc (Islamia Uni. Bahawalpur)


Phone: +92-51 9064-2140
Email: javidshabbir@gmail.com
js@qau.edu.pk
Status: On Job
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Research Interests Publications Conferences Research Projects

Survey Sampling

(a)   International Journals

1.      Shabbir, J. and Gupta, S. (2011): On estimating the finite population mean in simple and stratified random sampling, Communication in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 40(2), 199-212.

2.      Hussain, Z. and Shabbir, J. (2011): Improved estimation of mean in randomized response models, Hacettepe Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 40(1), 91-101.

3.      Hussain, Z., Shabbir, J. and Riaz, M. (2011): Baysian estimation using Warner’s randomized response model through simple and mixture prior distributions, Communication in Statistics-Simulation and Computation, 40, 159-176.

4.      Hussain, Z., Shabbir, J. (2011): An estimation of sensitive proportion utilizing higher order moments of auxiliary variable, International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2(2), 121-125.

5.      Hussain, Z., Shabbir, J. (2011): On item count technique in survey sampling, Journal of Informatics and Mathematical Sciences, 2 (2 & 3), 161-169.

6.      Hussain, Z., Shabbir, J. (2011): Estimation of mean, variance and sensitive level of a sensitive variable using scrambled response technique, World Applied Science Journal, (Accepted).

7.      Hussain, Z., Anjum, S. and Shabbir, J. (2011): Improved logit estimation through Mangat randomized response model, International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2(5), 179-188.

8.      Hussain, Z., Hamraz, S. and Shabbir, J. (2011): An improved Quantitative randomized response model. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2(2), 200-205.

9.      Shabbir, J. and Gupta, S. (2010): Some estimators of finite population variance of stratified sample mean, Communication in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 39 (16), 3001-3008.

10.  Shabbir, J. and Gupta, S. (2010): On estimating the finite population mean in simple and stratified random sampling,  Communication in Statistics (T & M) (Accepted).

11.  Gupta, S. Shabbir, J. and Sehra, S. (2010): Mean and sensitivity estimation in optional randomized response models, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 140(10), 2870-2874.

12.  Shabbir, J. and Gupta, S. (2010): Estimation of finite population mean in two-phase sampling when auxiliary variables are attribute, Hacettepe Journal of Mathematics and Statistics,39 (1), 121-129.

13.  Haq, A. and Shabbir, J. (2010): A family of ratio estimators for population mean in extreme ranked set sampling using two auxiliary variables, SORT, 34(1), 45-64.

14.  Tahir, M. H.,  Iqbal, I., Akhtar, M. and Shabbir, J. (2010): Cyclic polygonal designs with block size 3 and  for joint distance  to 16, Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice, 4 (2), 204-220.

15.  Gupta, S. and Shabbir, J. (2010): Variance estimation for the regression estimator of the mean in stratified sampling, Journal of the Indian Society of the Agricultural Statistics, 64(2), 255-260.

16.  Sousa, R., Shabbir, J. Real, P. C. and Gupta, S. (2010): Ratio estimation of the mean of a sensitive variable in the presence of auxiliary information, Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice, 4(3), 495-507.

17.  Hussain, Z. and Shabbir, J. (2010): Three stage randomized response model, Journal of Probability and Statistical Sciences, 8(2), 223-235.

18.  Nazuk, A. and Shabbir, J. (2010): A new mixed randomized response model, International Journal of Business and Social Science, 1(1), 186-190.

19.  Hussain, Z. and Shabbir, J. (2009): Bayesian estimation in Kim and Ward’s (2009) mixed randomized response model using mixed prior distribution, Journal of Probability and Statistical Sciences, 7(1), 71-80.

20.  Iqbal, I. Tahir, M. H., Akhtar, M., Ghazali, S.S.A., Shabbir, J. and Bukhari, N. S. (2009): Generalized polygonal designs with block size 3 and , Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 139, 3200-3219 .

21.  Gupta, S; Shabbir, J. (2008): On improvement in estimating the population mean in    simple random sampling, Journal of Applied Statistics, 35(5), 559-566.

22.  Hussain, Z. and Shabbir, J. (2008): An improvement over Christofides’ randomized response technique, Journal of Probability and Statistical Sciences, 6(1), 85-90.

23.  Gupta, S. Shabbir, J. and Ahmad, S. (2008): Estimation of median in two phase

sampling using two auxiliary variables, Communication in Statistics-Theory and 

         Methods, 37(11), 1815-1822.

24.  Hussain, Z. and Shabbir, J. (2008): Generalized quantitative randomized response model,  Interstat, http://interstat.statjournals.net/INDEX/Jan08.html

25.  Gupta S. and Shabbir, J. (2008): On estimation the ratio of proportions of two categories of a population using auxiliary information, Journal of Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics, 62(2), 149-155.

26.  Gupta S. and Shabbir, J. (2008): Variance estimation in simple random sampling using auxiliary information, Hacettepa Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 37(1), 57-67.

27.  Hussain, Z. and Shabbir, J. (2008): Logit estimation using Warner’s randomized response model, Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods, 7 (1), 140-151.

28.  Zawar, H; Shabbir, J. and Gupta, S. (2007): An alternative to Ryu et. al. Randomized response model, Journal of Statistics and Management System, 10(4), 511-517.

29.  Gupta, S and Shabbir, J. (2007): On the use of transformed auxiliary variables in estimating population mean, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 137(4), pp. 1606-1611.

30.  Shabbir, J. and Gupta, S. (2007): On improvement in variance estimation using auxiliary information, Communication in Statistics (T & M),  36(12), 2177-2185.

31.  Hussain, Z. and Shabbir, J. (2007): Randomized used of Warner’s randomized response model, Interstat, http://interstat.statjournals.net/INDEX/Apr07.html.

32.  Hussain, Z. and Shabbir, J. (2007): Improved Mixed Randomized Response Model, Interstat, http://interstat.statjournals.net/INDEX/Jun07.html

33.  Hussain, Z. and Shabbir, J. (2007): Improvement over Kim and Ward’s Randomized Response Technique over Complex Survey, Interstat, http://interstat.statjournals.net/INDEX/Jul07.html

34.  Hussain, Z. and Shabbir, J. (2007): On estimation of mean of a sensitive quantitative variable, Interstat, http://interstat.statjournals.net/INDEX/Jul07.html

35.  Gupta S. and Shabbir, J (2007): On the estimation of population mean and sensitivity in two-stage optional randomized response  model,  Journal of Indian Society of Agricultural  Statistics, 61(2), 164-168.

36.  Hussain, Z. and Shabbir, J. (2007): Estimation of mean of a sensitive quantitative variable, Journal of Statistical Research, 41(2), 83-92. 

37.  Shabbir, J and Gupta, S. (2006): A new estimator of population mean in stratified

         sampling, Communication in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 35(7), 1201-1209.

38.  Shabbir, J and Gupta, S. (2006): On estimation of finite population variance, Journal of Interdisciplinary Mathematics, 9(2): 405-419.

39.  Shabbir, J and Gupta, S (2006): On Improved Estimators of K and B in Finite population. Journal of Statistics and Management  Systems, 9(1), 15-25.

 

40.  Gupta, S and Shabbir, J (2006): An alternative to Warner’s randomized response Model, Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods, 5(2), 328-331.

 

41.   Gupta, S; Thornton, B; Shabbir, J; Singhal, S (2006): A comparison of multiplicative and additive optional RRT models, Journal of Statistical Theory and Applications, 5(3), pp. 226-239.

42.  Gupta, S; Shabbir, J and Lembo, R (2006): Modification to Warner’s Model using blank cards. American Journal of Mathematical and Management. Sciences, 26 (1&2), 185-196.

43.  Gupta, S; Shabbir, J. (2006): On dual to ratio-type  estimators of population mean using transformed auxiliary variables, Journal of Combinatorics, Information and System   Sciences, 31(1-4), 295-206.

44.  Shabbir, J and Gupta, S (2005): Improved ratio estimators in stratified sampling, American Journal of Mathematical and Management Sciences, 25 (3 & 4), 293-311.

45.  Gupta, S and Shabbir, J (2004): Sensitivity estimation for personal Interview

         Survey Questions, STATISTICA, 64(4): 643-653.

46.  Shabbir, J and Yaab, Z. M (2003): Improvement over transformed auxiliary variable in estimating the finite population means, Biometrical Journal, 45(6), 723-729.

   (b) Local Journals

47.  Hussain, Z and Shabbir, J. (2009): Bayesian estimation of population proportion of a sensitive characteristic using mixed and simple prior distribution, Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 25 (1), 27-35

48.  Hussain, Z and Shabbir, J. (2009): On estimation of mean of a sensitive quantitative variable in complex surveys, Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 25 (2), 127-134.

49.  Hussain, Z and Shabbir, J. (2009): Improved estimation procedures for the mean of sensitive variable using randomized response model,  Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 25 (2), 205-220.

50.           Shabbir, J., Zawar, H. and Irshad, M. (2007): On modified randomized device of Warner’s model in stratified sampling, Journal of Science and Technology, University of Peshwar, 31(1-2), 1-5.

51.  Shabbir, J. and Gupta, S. (2007): On estimating the finite population mean with known population proportion of an auxiliary variable, Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 23(1), pp. 1-9.

52.  Shabbir, J. (2006): A dual to variance ratio-type estimator in simple random sampling, Pakistan Academy of Sciences,  43(4), 279-283.

53.  Shabbir, J and Gupta, S (2005): On Modified Randomized Device of Warner’s Model, Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 21(1), 123-129.

54.  Shabbir, J and Sat Gupta (2005): Optimal allocation in stratified randomized response model, Pakistan Journal of Statistics and Operation Research, 1, 15-22.

55.  Shabbir, J; Azam, M. and Gupta, S. (2005): Estimation of current population mean in successive sampling, Proc. ICCS-VIII, Lahore, Pakistan, 13, 77-85.

56.  Shabbir, J and Gupta, S (2004): Unbiased ratio-cum-product estimator in estimating the finite population mean, Islamabad  J. of Science, 14(1), 107-114.

57.  Shabbir, J and Gupta, S (2004): Efficiency and Bias reduction in Ratio estimation under a model, Pakistan Academy of Sciences,  41(2), 133-139.

58.  Shabbir, J. (2003): On an efficient ratio-type estimator, Pakistan Academy of Sciences, 40(2): 179-182.

59.  Shabbir, J and Zafar Y. M (2001):  A ratio type estimator and its comparison with similar estimators, Proce. ICCS-VII Lahore, Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 12, 355-368.

60.  Shabbir, J (2000): Improved ratio estimator, Journal of Pure and Applied. Sciencies, 19(2), 1-7.

61.  Shabbir, J and Akhtar, M (2000):  Study of Whole-plot and Sub-plots for estimating the production estimates. Sarhad Journal. of Agriculture, 16(1), 105-109.

62.  Shabbir . J (1999): Study of Sampling design for improvement the crop area Statistics. Journal. of Pure and Applied. Sciences, 18(2), 139-148.

63.  Shabbir, J and Akhtar , M (1999): Estimating the area under crops for intercrop in Bahawalpur Division. Journal of Scientific. International, 11(4), 401-412.

64.  Shabbir, J and Akhtar, M (1999): Ratio-type estimator and its comparison. Proc. PSA- XII, Lahore, Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 22, 89-100.

65.  Shabbir, J and Akhtar, M (1999): Crop-Cut method to evaluate production estimates and its improvement. Sarhad Journal. of Agriculture,15(5), 505-511.

66.  Shabbir, J and Akhtar, M.  (1998): Improvement over ratio and ratio-type estimators. Journal of Statistics, 6(1), 23-32.

 

(c) Book Review

67.  Shabbir, J. (2010): Advances in sampling theory-Ratio method of estimation by Hulya Cingi and Cem Kadilar, Bentham Science Publisher Ltd, Sharjah: UAE, Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice, 4(3).  

68.  Shabbir, J. (1998): “Applied Statistical Methods: for business, economics and social sciences”. The Statistician, UK, 47(3), 540.

69.  Shabbir, J. (1998): “Understanding Statistics: An introduction for the social sciences”  Journal of Applied. Statistics., UK, 25(5), 716.



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