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95: Consistent Estimation with Weak Instruments in Panel Data
Chihwa Kao and Long Liu
94: Worldwide Econometrics Rankings: 1989-2005
Badi Baltagi
93: Asymptotic Properties of Estimators for the Linear Panel Regression Model with Individual Effects and Serially Correlated Errors: The Case of Stationary and Non-Stationary Regressors and Residuals
Badi Baltagi, Chihwa Kao and Long Liu
92: Modelling and Testing for Structural Changes in Panel Cointegration Models with Common and Idiosyncratic Stochastic Trend
Chihwa Kao, Lorenzo Trapani and Giovanni Urga
91: Forecasting with Panel Data
Badi Baltagi
90: Panel Cointegration with Global Stochastic Trends
Jushan Bai, Chihwa Kao and Serena Ng
89: Random effects and Spatial Autocorrelations with Equal Weights
Badi Baltagi
88: Panel Unit Root Tests and Spatial Dependence
Badi Baltagi, Georges Bresson and Alain Pirotte
87: Fixed-Effect Estimation of Highly-Mobile Production Technologies
William Horrace and Kurt Schnier
86: Estimating Heterogeneous Capacity and Capacity Utilization in a Multi-Species Fishery
Ronald G. Felthovan, William Horrace and Kurt Schnier
85: Pinning Down the Value of Statistical Life
Thomas Kniesner, W Viscusi, Christopher Woock and James Ziliak
84: Prediction in the Panel Data Model with Spatial Correlation: The Case of Liquor
Badi Baltagi and Dong Li
83: Testing for Cointegrating Rank via Model Selection: Evidence from 165 Data Sets
Badi Baltagi and Zijun Wang
82: County Characteristics and Poverty Spell Length
Andrew Grodner, John A. Bishop and Thomas Kniesner
81: Rational Alcohol Addiction: Evidence from the Russian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey
Badi Baltagi and Ingo Geishecker
80: Estimating Heterogeneous Production in Fisheries
Kurt Schnier, Christopher M. Anderson and William Horrace
79: Inter-Industry Gender Wage Gaps by Knowledge Intensity: Discrimination and Technology in Korea
William Horrace, Beyza Ural Marchand and Jin Hwa Jung
78: Identifying Technically Efficient Fishing Vessels: A Non-Empty, Minimal Subset Approach
Alfonso Flores-Lagunes, William Horrace and Kurt Schnier
77: The Asymptotics for Panel Models with Common Shocks
Chihwa Kao, Lorenzo Trapani and Giovanni Urga
76: Simulation-Based Two-Step Estimation with Endogenous Regressors
Kamhon Kan and Chihwa Kao
75: On the Estimation and Inference of a Panel Cointegration Model with Cross-Sectional Dependence
Jushan Bai and Chihwa Kao
74: Do Credit Market Barriers Exist for Minority and Women Entrepreneurs?
Lloyd Blanchard, Bo Zhao and John Yinger
73: Estimating Models of Complex FDI: Are There Third-Country Effects?
Badi Baltagi, Peter Egger and Michael Pfaffermayr
72: Joint LM Test for Homoskedasticity in a One-Way error Component Model
Badi Baltagi, Georges Bresson and Alain Pirotte
71: Unintended Consequences Of Property Tax Relief: New York’s Star Program
William Duncombe, Tae Ho Eom and John Yinger
70: Ranking Inequality: Applications of Multivariate Subset Selection
William Horrace, Joseph Marchand and Timothy M. Smeeding
69: Labor Supply with Social Interactions: Econometric Estimates and Their Tax Policy Implications
Andrew Grodner and Thomas Kniesner
68: Cox-McFadden Partial and Marginal Likelihoods for the Proportional Hazard Model with Random Effects
Jan Ondrich
67: Why Do Real Estate Brokers Continue to Discriminate? Evidence from the 2000 Housing Discrimination Study
Bo Zhao, Jan Ondrich and John Yinger
66: Income and the Use of Prescription Drugs by the Elderly: Evidence from the Notch Cohorts
John R. Moran and Kosali Simon
65: Duration Data from the National Long-Term Care Survey: Foundation for a Dynamic Multiple-Indicator Model of ADL Dependency
James N. Laditka and Douglas A. Wolf
64: Do We Invest Less Time in Children? Trends in Parental Time in Selected Industrialized Countries Since the 1960's
Anne H. Gauthier, Timothy M. Smeeding and Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr.
63: Welfare State Expenditures and the Distribution of Child Opportunities
Irwin Garfinkel, Lee Rainwater and Timothy M. Smeeding
62: School Finance, Equivalent Educational Expenditure, and Income Distribution: Equal Dollars or Equal Chances for Success?
Kathryn Wilson, Kristina Lambright and Timothy M. Smeeding
61: Taxes, Deadweight Loss and Intertemporal Female Labor Supply: Evidence from Panel Data
Anil Kumar
60: How Much More Does a Disadvantaged Student Cost?
William D. Duncombe and John Yinger
59: Maternal Employment and Adolescent Self-Care
Leonard M. Lopoo
58: Social Interaction and the Health Insurance Choices of the Elderly
Eldar Beiseitov, Jeffrey D. Kubik and John R. Moran
57: Agglomeration, Labor Supply, and the Urban Rat Race
Stuart Rosenthal and William Strange
56: Geography, Industrial Organization, and Agglomeration
Stuart Rosenthal and William Strange
55: Does Whole-School Reform Boost Student Performance? The Case of New York City
Robert Bifulco, William Duncombe and John Yinger
54: The Effect of Income Taxation on Consumption and Labor Supply
James Ziliak and Thomas Kniesner
53: Do Public Expenditures Improve Child Outcomes in the U.S.? A Comparison across Fifty States
Kristen Harknett, Irwin Garfinkel, Jay Bainbridge, Timothy Smeeding, Nancy Folbre and Sara McLanahan
52: Data Mining Mining Data: MSHA Enforcement Efforts, Underground Coal Mine Safety, and New Health Policy Implications
Thomas Kniesner and John D. Leeth
51: Social Interaction in Labor Supply
Andrzej Grodner and Thomas Kniesner
50: Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth: The Proof Is in the Productivity
Douglas Holtz-Eakin and Chihwa Kao
49: On the Measurement of Job Risk in Hedonic Wage Models
Dan Black and Thomas Kniesner
48: Globalization, Inequality, and the Rich Countries of the G-20: Evidence from the Luxembourg Income Study (LIS)
Timothy M. Smeeding
47: Psychotherapy in Antidepressant Patients
Regina H. Powers, Thomas Kniesner and Thomas J. Croghan
46: Economic Position Does Not Matter: A Cost-Benefit Analysis
Keith J. Crocker and John R. Moran
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