Keller S, Shipp S, Korkmaz G, Molfino E, Goldstein J, Lancaster V, Pires B, Higdon D, Chen D, Schroeder A. Harnessing the power of data to support community-based research. WIREs Computational Statistics. 2018:e1426.
Pires B, Goldstein J, Higdon D, Sabin P, Korkmaz G, Shipp S, Keller S, Ba S, Hamall K, Koehler A, Reese S. A Bayesian simulation approach for supply chain synchronization. In: Proceedings of the 2017 Winter Simulation Conference. IEEE; 2018:1571–1582. https://doi.org/10.1109/WSC.2017.8247898.
Gibbs L, Hawn Nelson A, Dalton E, Cantor J, Shipp S, Jenkins D. IDS Governance: Setting Up for Ethical and Effective Use. Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy, University of Pennsylvania; 2017.
Keller S, Korkmaz G, Orr M, Schroeder A, Shipp S. The Evolution of Data Quality: Understanding the Transdisciplinary Origins of Data Quality Concepts and Approaches. Annual Review of Statistics and its Application, Vof 4. 2017;4:85–108. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-statistics-060116-054114.
Keller S, Shipp S, Orr M, Higdon D, Korkmaz G, Schroeder A, Molfino E, Pires B, Ziemer K, Weinberg DH. Leveraging External Data Sources to Enhance Official Statistics and Products. Report Prepared for the U.S. Census Bureau. 2016.
Keller S, Shipp S. Building Resilient Cities: Harnessing the Power of Urban Analytics in The Resilience Challenge: Looking at Resilience through Multiple Lens. Charles C. Thomas Ltd Publishers; 2015.
Shipp S. Attending your first JSM-Working hard and playing even harder. AMSTAT news: the membership magazine of the American Statistical Association. 2013:20–21.
Howieson S, Sergi BJ, Shipp S. Department of Energy Agreements for Commercializing Technology. 2013.
Howieson S, Sedenberg E, Sergi BJ, Shipp S. Department of Energy Technology Maturation Programs. 2013.
Howieson S, Shipp S, Walejko G, Rambow P, Peña V, Holloman S, Miller PN. Exemplar Practices for Department of Defense Technology Transfer. 2013.
Peña V, Howieson SV, Shipp S. Federal Partnerships for Facilities, Infrastructure, and Large Instrumentation. 2013.
Gupta N, Weber C, Pena V, Shipp S, Healey DW. Innovation Policies of Brazil. Vol No. IDA-P-5039. Institute for Defense Analyses; 2013.
Gupta N, Shipp S, Nash SH, Herrera GJ, Healey DW. Innovation Policies of Russia. Institute for Defense Analyses; 2013.
Howieson SV, Peña V, Shipp S, Koopman K, Scott JA, Clavin CT. A Study of Facilities and Infrastructure Planning, Prioritization, and Assessment at Federal Security Laboratories. 2012.
Shipp S, Gupta N, Scott JA, Weber CL, Finnin MS, Lal B. Advancing Manufacturing to New Frontiers. Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization. 2012;7(3):71–71. https://doi.org/10.1162/INOV_a_00140. .
Shipp S, Gupta N, Lal B, Scott JA, Weber CL, Finnin MS, Blake M, Newsome S, Thomas S. Emerging Global Trends in Advanced Manufacturing. 2012.
Walejko G, Hughes ME, Howieson SV, Shipp S. Federal laboratory—business commercialization partnerships. Science. 2012;337:1297–1298.
Howieson S, Hughes ME, Shipp S, Walejko G. Factors Affecting the Speed and Dissemination of Technology Transferred from the Federal Laboratories. 2011.
Philogene GS, Leader BL, Hughes MB, Doyle J, Riggieri A, Lee E, Marshall A, Shipp S. Feasibility Study of an Outcome Evaluation of the National Institutes of Health’s New Innovator Award Program. 2011.
Philogene GS, Leader BL, Hughes ME, Shipp S, Lee EC, Richards AM, Zhu A. Outcome Evaluation of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director‟ s Pioneer Award (NDPA), FY 2004–2005 Final Report. 2011.
Husband Fealing K, Lane JI, Marburger J, Shipp S. Science of Science Policy: The Handbook. 2011.
Lane J, Fealing K, J M, Shipp S. The Science of Science Policy: A Handbook. Stanford University press; 2011.
Shipp S, Mitchell N, Lal B. Portfolio Evaluation of the National Science Foundation’s Grants Program for the Department-Level Reform (DLR) of Undergraduate Engineering Education. IDA Document D-3724. 2010.
Drew CH, Anderson B, Beard S, Brenner AT, Dilworth C, O Donnell C, O Fallon L, Shipp S. Evaluation Metrics Manual for the National Institute of Environmental Health Science (NIEHS): Measuring Outcomes to Advance Partnerships for Environmental Public Health (PEPH). 2010. http://www.niehs.nih.gov/research/supported/dert/sphb/programs/p....
Rose S, Shipp S, Lal B, Stone A. Frameworks for Measuring Innovation: Initial Approaches. Athena Alliance, Washington. 2009.
Shipp S, Stanley M. Government's Evolving Role in Supporting Corporate R&D in the United States: Theory, Practice, and Results in the Advanced Technology Program. In: 21st Century Innovation Systems for Japan and the United States: Lessons from a Decade of Change: Report of a Symposium . National Academies Press; 2009:57. https://doi.org/10.17226/12194.
Campbell S, Shipp S, Mulcahy T, Allen TW. Informing public policy on science and innovation: the Advanced Technology Program’s experience. The Journal of Technology Transfer. 2009;34(3):304–319. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10961-008-9098-7.
Stone A, Rose S, Lal B, Shipp S. Measuring innovation and intangibles: A business perspective. Institute for Defense Analysis, Science and Technology Policy Institute, Washington, DC. 2008.
Lane J, Shipp S. Using a remote access data enclave for data dissemination. International Journal of Digital Curation. 2008;2:128–134.
Shipp S, Wisniewski L, Wang A, Campbell S, Levin K, O Brien J. Behavioural Additionality of the US Advanced Technology Programme. Government R&D Funding and Company Behaviour. 2006:219–219.
Shipp S, Chang CKN, Wisniewski L, Semerjian HG. Evaluation Best Practices and Results: The Advanced Technology Program. US Department of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology; 2005.
Shipp S. The advanced technology program: measuring behavioural additionality effects of government financing of business R&D. 2004:10–11.
Anderson G, Powell J, Shipp S. Improving the Advanced Technology Program’s Business Reporting System—A Firm-Level R&D Survey. 2003 Proceedings of the American Statistical Association. 2003.
Shipp S. Returning welfare to the states and the role of interest groups. 2000.
Garner TI, Short K, Shipp S, Nelson C. Experimental poverty measurement for the 1990s. Monthly Lab Rev. 1998;121:39–39.
Weinberg DH, Doyle P, Jones Jr A, Shipp S. Measuring the Impact of Welfare Reform with the Survey of Program Dynamics. Social Statistics Proceedings. 1998.
Garner TI, Stinson L, Shipp SS. Measuring subjective economic well-being: An economist's viewpoint. Presented at the American Association for Public Opinion Research Conference, Norfolk, VA; 1997.
Johnson D, Shipp S. Trends in Inequality Using Consumption‐Expenditures: The US from 1960 to 1993. Review of Income and Wealth. 1997;43:133–152.
Garner TI, Stinson L, Shipp S. Affordability, Income Adequacy, and Subjective Assessments of Economic Well-Being: Preliminary Findings. Presented at the Association for Consumer Research Conference, Tucson, Arizona; 1996.
Johnson D, Shipp S, Jacobs EE. Expenditure Trends and Measures of Inequality: 1960-92. In: 23rd Conference of the Association for Reasearch in Income and Wealth. 1994.
Jacobs EE, Shipp S. A history of the US Consumer Expenditure Survey: 1935-36 to 1988-89. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 1993;19:59–96.
Jacobs EE, Shipp S. Consumer Expenditure Data Users Survey Results. US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics; 1993.
Jacobs EE, Shipp S. How family spending has changed in the US. Monthly Lab Rev. 1990;113:20–20.
Jacobs EE, Shipp S, Brown G. Families of working wives spending more on services and nondurables. Monthly Lab Rev. 1989;112:15–15.
Jacobs EE, Shipp S, Brown G. Working Wives: Do Their Families Spend Differently? annual meeting of the American Statistical Association, New Orleans, LA. 1988.