Philip Truscott, Ph.D.

Education

  • Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Surry
    • Dissertation: "A Pluralist Model of Tax-Benefit Policy"
  • M.A. in Politics and Social Administration, University of Edinburgh

Selected Publications

  • Jirek, S. L., & Truscott, P. (2020). Geographical Variation in the Relationship Between Religiosity and Campus Sexual Assault: Differences in Prevalence or Reporting? Social Work & Christianity, 47(4), 4570. https://doi.org/10.34043/SWC.V47I3.140
  • Truscott, P., (2019). Enrollment Success Stories, Advance – Council of Christian Colleges and Universities, Spring 2019 Edition. https://www.cccu.org/magazine/enrollment-success-stories/
  • Truscott, P., & Chiam, M. (2019). Belief - Based Marketing vs. Conjoint : An Illustration Using the Indian Mobile Phone Market. Indian Journal of Marketing, 49(4), 7-19–19. https://doi.org/10.17010/ijom/2019/v49/i4/142973
  • Truscott, P. (2018). Review of Agent-Based Modeling of Tax Evasion. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 21(4), 12.
  • Truscott, P., & Korns, M. F. (2016). Predicting Product Choice with Symbolic Regression and Classification. In R. Riolo, W. P. Worzel, M. Kotanchek, & A. Kordon (Eds.), Genetic Programming Theory and Practice XIII (pp. 203–217). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-34223-8_12
  • Raghunath, N., Truscott., P., 'India's Gender-Divided Sex Behavior: Illusion or Policy Challenge', Asian Journal of Public Affairs 8 (1): 47-63, 2015, doi: org/10.18003/ajpa.201502
  • Explaining Unemployment Rates with Symbolic Regression, with Michael Korns, 2014, Riolo, R.L., Kotanchek, M., Moore, J., 2011, ed.,  Genetic Programming Theory and Practice XI, Genetic and Evolutionary Computation. Ann Arbor: Springer
  • Measuring Shadow Economy Sizes with Symbolic Regression, with Michael Korns, 2011, in Riolo, R.L., Vadislavleva, K., Moore, J., 2011, ed., Genetic Programming Theory and Practice IX, Genetic and Evolutionary Computation. Ann Arbor: Springer. 
  • Tabulate a Million Records a Minute in Westlake, A. (1992). Survey and Statistical Computing. The Netherlands: Elsevier.
  • Matthews, A., & Truscott, P. (1990). Disability, household income & expenditure: a follow up survey of disabled adults in the Family Expenditure Survey (Vol. 2). Stationery Office Books (TSO).

Selected Presentations

  • Explaining Unemployment Rates with Symbolic Regression, with Michael Korns, 2014, Riolo, R.L., Kotanchek, M., Moore, J., 2011, ed.,  Genetic Programming Theory and Practice XI, Genetic and Evolutionary Computation. Ann Arbor: Springer
  • Measuring Shadow Economy Sizes with Symbolic Regression, with Michael Korns, 2011, in Riolo, R.L., Vadislavleva, K., Moore, J., 2011, ed., Genetic Programming Theory and Practice IX, Genetic and Evolutionary Computation. Ann Arbor: Springer. 

Selected Works

  • The Data Almanac 2006, 2006, with Brent Boyer, Josh McCormack, and Sandra Wales., QStat USA Inc, Brooklyn. ISBN: 0977430707 
  • Filipino Futures: Nation-Building as if Ideas Mattered, 2010, Manila: Central Books. ISBN: 9789710111558.
  • An End to Unemployment, 1994, Liverpool: Movement for Christian Democracy. 
  • Most People would be Poorer with Poll Tax, 1986, The New Statesman, February 7th 1986.

Related Experience

  • Taught at universities in Vietnam, the Philippines and Singapore

Church/Community Service

  • Attends South Haven Baptist Church, Springfield