Topics  Some of my
publications 
Discussion of some of the issues 
R. A. Bailey:
Randomization.
In Recent Trends in Statistics
(ed. S. Heiler),
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen,
1983,
pp. 9–26.
[Maths Reviews 0753665 (85g: 62003)]
R. A. Bailey:
Contribution to the discussion of
`On the existence of BLUEs under a randomization model for the
randomized block design' by T. Caliński.
Listy Biometryczne
33
(1996),
pp. 18–21.
R. A. Bailey:
Inference from randomized (factorial) experiments.
Statistical Science,
32
(2017),
352–355.
doi: 10.1214/16STS600

What is the link between the group of permutations used for
randomization, the assumed
model, and the appropriate analysis of variance? 
R. A. Bailey:
A unified approach to design of experiments.
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A
144
(1981),
214–223.
[Maths Reviews 0625801 (82h: 62129)]
R. A. Bailey:
Strata for randomized experiments (with discussion).
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B
53
(1991),
27–78.
[Maths Reviews 1094275 (92k: 62134)]
R. A. Bailey:
Principles of designed experiments in J. A. .Nelder's papers.
In
Methods and Models in Statistics: In Honour of Professor John Nelder, FRS
(eds. N. M. Adams, M. J. Crowder, D. J. .Hand and D A. Stephens),
Imperial College Press, London, 2004, pp. 171–194.
R. A. Bailey and C. J. Brien:
Randomizationbased models for multitiered experiments: I. A chain of randomizations.
Annals of Statistics,
44
(2016), 1131–1164.

How should we randomize an experiment superimposed on a previous one? 
D. A. Preece, R. A. Bailey, and H. D. Patterson:
A randomization problem in forming designs with superimposed treatments.
Australian Journal of Statistics
20
(1978),
111–125.
[Maths Reviews 0548180 (82k: 62153)]
R. A. Bailey, D. A. Preece and C. A. Rowley:
Randomization for a balanced superimposition of one Youden square on
another.
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B
57
(1995),
459–469.
[Maths Reviews 1323350 (96i: 62083)]
C. J. Brien and R. A. Bailey:
Decomposition tables for experiments. II. Twoone randomizations.
Annals of Statistics
38
(2010),
3164–3190.
doi: 10.1214/09AOS785
[Maths Reviews 2722467 (2011j:62187)]

Choosing at random from a given set of plans is a valid method
of randomization for a prescribed method of data analysis if the
estimators of treatment effects and their variances are unbiased
over the randomization. 
R. A. Bailey and C. A. Rowley:
Valid randomization.
Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series A
410
(1987),
105–124.
H. Monod and R. A. Bailey:
Valid restricted randomization for unbalanced designs.
Journal of the Royal Statisical Society, Series B
55
(1993),
237–251.
[Maths Reviews 1210434 (94h: 62121)]
H. Monod, J.M. Azaïs and R. A. Bailey:
Valid randomisation for the first difference analysis.
Australian Journal of Statistics
33
(1996),
91–106.
[Maths Reviews 1410805 (97f: 62120)]
J.M. Azaïs, H. Monod and R. A. Bailey:
The influence of design on validity and efficiency of neighbour methods.
Biometrics
54
(1998),
1374–1387.

What should we do if the usual appropriate method of randomization
can give a plan that appears undesirable? 
R. A. Bailey:
Restricted randomization.
Biometrika
70
(1983),
183–198.
[Maths Reviews 0742988 (85j: 62075)]
R. A. Bailey:
Restricted randomization versus blocking.
International Statistical Review
53
(1985),
171–182.
[Maths Reviews 0959036 (89e: 62097)]
R. A. Bailey:
Restricted randomization for neighbourbalanced designs.
Statistics and Decisions
Supplement 2
(1985),
237–248.
[Maths Reviews 0829496 (87e: 62073)]
R. A. Bailey:
Randomization, constrained.
In Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences
(eds. S. Kotz and N. L. Johnson),
J. Wiley, New York,
Volume 7,
1986,
pp. 524–530.
R. A. Bailey:
Oneway blocks in twoway layouts.
Biometrika
74
(1987),
27–32.
[Maths Reviews 0885916 (88e: 62187)]
R. A. Bailey:
Restricted randomization: a practical example.
Journal of the American Statistical Association
82
(1987),
712–719.
R. A. Bailey and P. R. Nelson:
Hadamard randomization: a valid restriction of random permuted
blocks.
Biometrical Journal
45
(2003),
554–560.
[Maths Reviews 1998135]
R. A. Bailey:
Experiments in rectangular areas: design and randomization.
Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental
Statistics,
17
(2012),
176–191.
doi: 10.1007/s1325301100826
