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145: How Different Are the Wage Curves for Formal and Informal Workers? Evidence from Turkey
Badi Baltagi, Yusuf Baskaya and Timur Hulagu
144: Testimony presented before the House Committee on Ways and Means and the Senate Committee on Finance entitled “Tax Reform and the Tax Treatment of Capital Gains"
Leonard E. Burman
143: On The Estimation and Testing of Fixed Effects Panel Data Models with Weak Instruments
Badi Baltagi, Chihwa Kao and Long Liu
142: Standardized LM Tests for Spatial Error Dependence in Linear or Panel Regressions
Badi Baltagi and Zhenlin Yang
141: Small Sample Properties and Pretest Estimation of A Spatial Hausman-Taylor Model
Badi Baltagi, Peter Egger and Michaela Kesina
140: A Robust Hausman-Taylor Estimator
Badi Baltagi and Georges Bresson
139: Family Structure and the Economic Wellbeing of Children
Leonard Lopoo and Thomas DeLeire
138: Estimation and Prediction in the Random Effects Model with AR(p) Remainder Disturbances
Badi Baltagi and Long Liu
137: A Lagrange Multiplier Test for Cross-Sectional Dependence in a Fixed Effects Panel Data Model
Badi Baltagi, Qu Feng and Chihwa Kao
136: The Hausman-Taylor Panel Data Model with Serial Correlation
Badi Baltagi and Long Liu
135: Testing for Breaks in Cointegrated Panels
Chihwa Kao, Lorenzo Trapani and Giovanni Urga
134: The Turkish Wage Curve: Evidence from the Household Labor Force Survey
Badi Baltagi, Yusuf Baskaya and Timur Hulagu
133: Social Interactions in the Labor Market
Thomas Kniesner, Andrew Grodner and John A Bishop
132: Losers and Losers: Some Demographics of Medical Malpractice Tort Reforms
Thomas Kniesner and Andrew Friedson
131: Testing for Instability in Covariance Structures
Chihwa Kao, Lorenzo Trapani and Giovanni Urga
130: Medical Technology And The Production Of Health Care
Badi Baltagi, Francesco Moscone and Elisa Tosetti
129: Testing for Breaks in Cointegrated Panels with Common and Idiosyncratic Stochastic Trends
Chihwa Kao, Lorenzo Trapani and Giovanni Urga
128: Test Of Hypotheses In Panel Data Models When The Regressor And Disturbances Are Possibly Nonstationary
Badi Baltagi, Chihwa Kao and Sanggon Na
127: Instrument Variable Estimation of a Spatial Autoregressive Panel Model with Random Effects
Badi Baltagi and Long Liu
126: A Dynamic Spatial Panel Data Approach to the German Wave Curve
Badi Baltagi, Uwe Blien and Katja Wolf
125: Seemingly Unrelated Regressions with Spatial Error Components
Badi Baltagi and Alain Pirotte
124: Can Propensity Score Analysis Replicate Estimates Based on Random Assignment in Evaluations of School Choice? A Within-Study Comparison
Robert Bifulco
123: Panel Data Inference under Spatial Dependence
Badi Baltagi and Alain Pirotte
122: The Value of a Statistical Life: Evidence from Panel Data
Thomas Kniesner, W Viscusi, Christopher Woock and James Ziliak
121: Alternative Technical Efficiency Measures: Skew, Bias, and Scale
Qu Feng and William Horrace
120: Health Care Expenditure and Income in the OECD Reconsidered: Evidence from Panel Data
Badi Baltagi and Francesco Moscone
119: The Effective Target of the Social Security Disability Benefits Reform Act of 1984
Perry Singleton
118: Policy Relevant Heterogeneity in the Value of Statistical Life: New Evidence from Panel Data Quantile Regressions
Thomas Kniesner, W Viscusi and James Ziliak
117: The Value of Statistical Life: Pursuing the Deadliest Catch
Kurt Schnier, William Horrace and Ronald G. Felthoven
116: A Note on the Application of EC2SLS and EC3SLS Estimators in Panel Data Models
Badi Baltagi and Long Liu
115: Testing the Fixed Effects Restrictions? A Monte Carlo Study of Chamberlain's Minimum Chi-Squared Test
Badi Baltagi, Georges Bresson and Alain Pirotte
114: Hedonic Markets and Explicit Demands: Bid-Function Envelopes for Public Services, Neighborhood Amenities, and Commuting Costs
John Yinger
113: A Generalized Spatial Panel Data Model with Random Effects
Badi Baltagi, Peter Egger and Michael Pfafermayr
112: Testing for Sphericity in a Fixed Effects Panel Data Model (Revised July 2009)
Badi Baltagi, Qu Feng and Chihwa Kao
111: Testing for Heteroskedasticity and Serial Correlation in a Random Effects Panel Data Model
Badi Baltagi, Byoung Cheol Jung and Seuck Heun Song
110: The Interaction of Metropolitan Area Costs and the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit: One Size Fits All?
Katie Fitzpatrick and Jeffrey Thompson
109: Public School Choice and Integration: Evidence from Durham, North Carolina
Robert Bifulco, Helen Ladd and Stephen Ross
108: Testing for Heteroskedasticity and Spatial Correlation in a Random Effects Panel Data Model
Badi Baltagi, Seuck Heun Song and Jae Hyeok Kwon
107: Financial Development and Openness: Evidence from Panel Data
Badi Baltagi, Panicos Demetriades and Siong Hook Law
106: Public Sentiment and Tobacco Control Policy
Perry Singleton
105: The Effect of Disability Insurance on Health Investment: Evidence from the VA Disability Compensation Program
Perry Singleton
104: Semiparametric Deconvolution with Unknown Error Variance
William Horrace and Christopher Parmeter
103: New Evidence on the Dynamic Wage Curve for Western Germany: 1980-2004
Badi Baltagi, Uwe Blien and Katja Wolf
102: Testing for Random Effects and Spatial Lag Dependence in Panel Data Models
Badi Baltagi and Long Liu
101: Fitting Event-History Models to Uneventful Data
Douglas A. Wolf and Thomas M. Gill
100: Estimating Regional Trade Agreement Effects on FDI in an Interdependent World
Badi Baltagi, Peter Egger and Michael Pfaffermayr
99: Copula-Based Tests for Cross-Sectional Independence in Panel Models
Henry Huang, Chihwa Kao and Giovanni Urga
98: A Monte Carlo Study for Pure and Pretest Estimators of a Panel Data Model with Spatially Autocorrelated Disturbances
Badi Baltagi, Peter Egger and Michael Pfaffermayr
97: A Monte Carlo Study of Efficiency Estimates from Frontier Models
William Horrace and Seth O. Richards
96: Testing for Instability in Factor Structure of Yield Curves
Dennis Philip, Chihwa Kao and Giovanni Urga
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