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Albert Satorra is Professor of Statistics in the Department of Economics and Business of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, in Barcelona. His general area of interest is statistical methodology for economic, business and social science research, especially structural equation modeling, a topic on which he has published numerous articles of methodological content in leading journals. Klaas Sijtsma is a full professor of methodology and statistics for psychological research in the Department of Methodology and Statistics, Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences, at Tilburg University, The Netherlands.

Wiggins is a reader in Social Statistics at the City University in London. Since the early 1990’s he has been closely identified with the development of the Graduate Programme in Advanced Social Research Methods and Analysis training at City University. His current research interests span all aspects of the life course. Substantive themes include family diversity and children’s well-being, transitions into adulthood and quality of life in early old age. He is also working on geographical, social, economic and cultural inequalities in health under a major Medical Research Council initiative on public health.

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