Abdulhakeem Abdulhay Eideh


Assistant Professor of Statistics


Al-Quds University, Abu-Dies - Jerusalem, P.O. Box 20002, Jerusalem, Palestine


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  • Hebrew University of Jerusalem, PhD, Statistics – Faculty of Social Science, March 1998 – July 2003.
  • PhD Thesis: Estimation for Longitudinal Survey Data under Informative Sampling.
  • Yarmouk University, Irbid, MSc, Statistics – Faculty of Science, September 1984 - January 1987.
  • M.Sc Thesis: Some Tests for the Power Series Distributions in one Parameter using the Kullback-Leibler Information Measure.
  • Yarmouk University, Irbid, BSc, Statistics – Faculty of Science, September 1980 - June 1984.
  • British Academy/ ESRC Visiting Fellowships, 18, July - 5, August, 2007, and 12 January – 13, February, 2008. Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute, S3RI.
  • University of Southampton, Department of Social Statistics, Academic year 2001/2002. Visiting Research Student.

Research interests

  • Statistical Methodology of Sample Surveys,
  • Statistical Methodology of Official Statistics,
  • Survey Methodology, Analysis of Survey Data under Informative Sampling Design,
  • Fitting Statistical Models under Complex Survey Data,
  • Nonresponse and Missing Data, Small Area Estimation,
  • Total Survey Error and Quality,Social Statistics,
  • Multilevel Statistical Models Analysis

Teaching activities

  • Demographic Methods and Projection,
  • Biostatistics and Epidemiology,
  • Sampling Techniques, Analysis of Time Series,
  • Regression Analysis,
  • Multivariate Statistical Analysis,
  • Analysis of Variance,
  • Probability Theory,
  • Mathematical Statistics,
  • Statistics for Social Sciences,
  • Nonparametric Statistics,
  • Introduction to Probability and Statistics,
  • Probability and Statistics for Engineers,
  • Statistical Methods,
  • Introduction to Statistics, Calculus, Linear Algebra,
  • Applied Mathematics,
  • Nonresponse and Missing Data,
  • Categorical Data Analysis,
  • Robust Statistics.

Selected publications

  • Eideh A.H., El Gemayel, T., and Aboul Hos, W. (2015). Guidelines on Energy Consumption Surveys in the Transport Sector Experiences in Selected Arab Countries. United Nations, July 2015. http://css.escwa.org.lb/SD/Docs/ECTS-PartI.pdf
  • Eideh, A. H. (2014). On the use of Sampling Weights and Sample Distribution when Estimating Regression Models under Informative Sampling. Statistics in Transition –New Series .Volume 15, Number 32, July 2014, pp. 183-196.
  • Eideh, A.H. (2012). Fitting Variance Components Model and Fixed Effects Model for One-Way Analysis of Variance to Complex Survey Data. Communications in Statistics –Theory and Methods, 41, pp 3278-3300.
  • Eideh, A.H. (2012). Estimation and Prediction under Nonignorable Nonresponse via Response and Nonresponse Distributions. Journal of the Indian Society of Agriculture Statistics, 66(3) 2012, pp. 359-380.
  • Eideh, A.H. (2011). Informative Sampling on Two Occasions: Estimation and Prediction. Pakistan Journal of Statistics and Operation Research (PJSOR). Pak.j.stat.oper.res. VII No.2, 2011, pp283-303.
  • Eideh, A. H. (2010). Fitting General Linear Model for Longitudinal Survey Data under Informative Sampling. Statistics in Transition –New Series .Volume 11, Number 3, December 2010, pp. 517—538.
  • Eideh, A. H. (2010). Analytic Inference of Complex Survey Data under Informative Probability Sampling. Proceedings of the Tenth Islamic Countries Conference on Statistical Sciences (ICCS-X), Volume I. The Islamic Countries Society of Statistical Sciences, Lahore: Pakistan, (2010). Edited by: Zeinab Amin and Ali S. Hadi. The American University in Cairo: pp 507–536.
  • Eideh A.H. (2009). On the use of the Sample Distribution and Sample Likelihood for Inference under Informative Probability Sampling. DIRASAT (Natural Science), Volume 36 (2009), Number 1, pp18-29.
  • Eideh, A. H. and Nathan, G. (2009). Two-Stage Informative Cluster Sampling with application in Small Area Estimation. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference.139, pp 3088-3101.
  • Eideh, A. H. and Nathan, G. (2009). Joint Treatment of Nonignorable Dropout and Informative Sampling for Longitudinal Survey Data, Chapter 14. In: Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys. (P. Lynn - Editor). New York: Wiley, pp. 251 – 263.
  • Eideh A.H. (2008). Estimation and Prediction of Random Effects Models for Longitudinal Survey Data under Informative Sampling. Statistics in Transition –New Series .Volume 9, Number 3, December 2008, pp 485 – 502.
  • Nathan, G and Eideh, A. H. (2008). Le traitement combiné des effets de non-réponse nonignorable et de sondage informatif dans l’analyse des données issues des enquêtes longitudinales. In: Méthodes de Sondage : Applications aux Enquêtes Longitudinales, à la Santé, aux Enquêtes Electorales et aux Enquêtes dans les Pays en Développement. Edited by P. Guilbert, D. Haziza, A. Ruiz-Gazen and Y. Tillé. Paris: Dunod, pp 37-45.
  • Eideh, A. H. (2007). A Correction Note on Small Area Estimation. International Statistical Review. Volume 75, Issue 1, pp 122-123.
  • Eideh, A. H. and Nathan, G. (2006). The Analysis of Data from Sample Surveys under Informative Sampling. Acta et Commentationes Universitatis Tartuensis de Mathematica. Tartu 2006. Volume 10, pp 41-51.
  • Eideh, A. H. and Nathan, G. (2006). Fitting Time Series Models for Longitudinal Survey Data under Informative Sampling. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 136, 9, pp 3052-306. [Corrigendum, 137 (2007), p 628].