Here is a link to a full list of my publications.
Recent publications are listed below.
Lax Chan, Bernard W. Silverman & Kyle Vincent. Multiple Systems Estimation for Sparse Capture Data: Inferential Challenges when there are Non-Overlapping Lists. arXiv:1902.05156 [stat.ME]
Lax Chan, Bernard W. Silverman & Kyle Vincent. SparseMSE: Multiple systems estimation for sparse capture data. R package, available from https://github.com/SparseMSE/sparsemse.
Kevin Bales, Laura T. Murphy & Bernard W. Silverman. How many trafficked people are there in New Orleans? Lessons in Measurement. Available here and at https://tinyurl.com/ybfb9tg6
Bernard W. Silverman. Demonstrating risks is not the same as estimating prevalence. Contribution to a Symposium on the Global Slavery Index, Delta 8.7 (United Nations University, Centre for Policy Research).
Bernard W. Silverman. Model fitting in Multiple Systems Analysis for the quantification of Modern Slavery: Classical and Bayesian approaches. arXiv:1902.06078 [stat.AP]
Kevin Bales, Bodean Hedwards & Bernard W. Silverman. Modern Slavery Research: the UK Picture. Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner and University of Nottingham. Available at iascresearch.nottingham.ac.uk. 76pp and interactive database.
Peter J. Diggle, Peter J. Green & Bernard W. Silverman. Julian Ernst Besag. 26 March 1945–6 August 2010. Biogr. Mems Fell. R. Soc. 64, 27–50.
Adrian Raftery, Hana Sevcikova & Bernard W. Silverman. Vote: Election Vote Counting. R package, available from https://cran.r-project.org/package=vote.
Bernard W. Silverman. The R package modslavmse for multiple systems analysis. https://github.com/bernardsilverman/modslavmse/
Bernard W. Silverman, Ludger Evers, Kan Xu, Peter Carbonetto and Matthew Stephens). EbayesThresh: Empirical Bayes Thresholding and Related Methods. R package, available from https://github.com/stephenslab/EbayesThresh.