Position/Title: Research Associate
Department Affiliation: JPSM; Westat
Research Interests: Address based sampling, variance estimation for imputed
data, random digit dial (RDD) survey methodology, coverage and non-response error.
Curriculum Vitae (PDF)
PhD Year and University: 1998, American University
Awards: Fellow, American Statistical
Association (2008); American Statistical Association Chapter Service Recognition
Award (2010); Washington Statistical Society President's Award (1997, 2004, and
Brick, J.M., Williams, D., and Montaquila, J.M. (2011). Address-based sampling for
subpopulation surveys. Public Opinion Quarterly, 75, 409-428.
Montaquila, J.M., and Kalton, G. (2011). Sampling from finite populations. In M.
Lovric (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Statistical Science. Heidelberg, Germany:
Springer Science + Business Media, LLC.
Montaquila, J.M., Hsu, V., and Brick, J.M. (2011). Using a "match rate"
model to predict areas where USPS-based address lists may be used in place of traditional
listing. Public Opinion Quarterly, 75, 317-335.
Montaquila, J.M., Brick, J.M., and Curtin, L.R. (2010). Statistical and practical
issues in the design of a national probability sample of births for the National
Children's Study. Statistics in Medicine, 29, 1368-1376.
Brick, J.M., Montaquila, J., Hagedorn, M.C., Roth, S.B., and Chapman,
C. (2005). Implications for RDD design from an incentive experiment. Journal of
Official Statistics, 21, 571-589
Brick, J.M., Montaquila, J.M., and Roth, S.
(2004). Identifying Problems with Raking Estimators. Proceedings of the Survey Research
Methods Section of the American Statistical Association.
Brick, J.M., Judkins, D., Montaquila, J.,
and Morganstein, D. (2002). Two-phase list-assisted RDD sampling. Journal of Official
Statistics, 18, 203-215.
Brick, J.M., Montaquila, J., and Scheuren,
F. (2002). Estimating residency rates for undetermined telephone numbers. Public
Opinion Quarterly, 66 (1), 18-39.
Krenzke, T., Montaquila, J., and Mohadjer,
L. (2000). Accounting for imputation error variance for establishment data: An empirical
evaluation. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Establishment
Surveys (ICES II), 609-618.