Ms Eileen Li
BSc, PGDipSci, MSc
Eileen is a data analyst with COMPASS (Centre of Method and Policy Application in the Social Science) and a PhD student with the Statistics Department. Eileen previously completed her master's degree in Statistics exploring the association between mode of delivery and later educational outcomes using New Zealand administrative population data. Her PhD project focuses on linkage errors and bias in the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI), in terms of quantifying and correcting for missed and false links.
Research | Current
Investigating linkage bias in the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI).
Inequities and experiences in discrimination in New Zealand Māori population.
- Shackleton, N., Li, E., Gibb, S., Kvalsvig, A., Baker, M., Sporle, A., Bentley, R., & Milne, B. J. (2021). The relationship between income poverty and child hospitalisations in New Zealand: Evidence from longitudinal household panel data and Census data. PloS one, 16(1), e0243920. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0243920
- Slykerman, R. F., Li, E., Shackleton, N., & Milne, B. J. (2021). Birth by caesarean section and educational achievement in adolescents. The Australian & New Zealand journal of obstetrics & gynaecology, 61(3), 386–393. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajo.13276
Master of Science with First Class Honours
Postgraduate Diploma in Science with Distinction
Areas of expertise
Administrative data / IDI analysis
Social science / human data science
Primary office location
SIR OWEN G GLENN BUILDING - Bldg 260
Level 6, Room 622
12 GRAFTON RD