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  • van der Klaauw, B. and Frijters, P. (2006). Job search with nonparticipation Economic Journal, 116:45--83.
  • Azevedo, J., Koopman, S. and Rua, A. (2006). Tracking the business cycle of the Euro area: A multivariate model-based band-pass filter Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 24(3):278--290.
  • Gautier, P. and Teulings, C. (2006). How large are search frictions? Journal of the European Economic Association, 4:1193--1225.
  • van der Klaauw, B. and van den Berg, G.J. (2006). Counseling and monitoring of unemployed workers: Theory and evidence from a controlled social experiment International Economic Review, 47:895--936.
  • Bjorklund, A., Lindahl, M. and Plug, E. (2006). The Origins of Intergenerational Associations: Lessons from Swedish Adoption Data Quarterly Journal of Economics, 121(3):999--1028.
  • Kleibergen, F.(. and Paap, R. (2006). Generalized reduced rank tests using the singular value decomposition. Journal of Econometrics, 133(1):97--126.
  • Portrait, F., Lindeboom, M. and van den Berg, G.J. (2006). Economic conditions early in life and individual mortality American Economic Review, 96:290--302.
  • Francesco Lippi (2006). Monetary union with voluntary participation Review of Economic Studies.

  • Bijwaard, G., Franses, P.H. and Paap, R. (2006). Modeling purchases as repeated events Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 24(4):487--502.
  • Bauwens, L., Boswijk, H. and Urbain, J. (2006). Causality and exogeneity in econometrics (guest editorial) Journal of Econometrics, 132(2):305--309.
  • Offerman, T. and Potters, J. (2006). Does auctioning of entry licenses induce collusion? An experimental study Review of Economic Studies, 73(3):769--791.
  • Gautier, P., Albrecht, J. and Vroman, S. (2006). Equilibrium Directed Search with Multiple applications Review of Economic Studies, 73:869--891.
  • Donkers, B., Paap, R., Jonker, J. and Franses, P.H. (2006). Deriving Target Selection Rules from Endogenously Selected Samples Journal of Applied Econometrics, 21(5):549--562.
  • Goyal, S., van der Leij, MarcoJ. and Moraga-González, J.L. (2006). Economics: An emerging small world Journal of Political Economy, 114(2):403--412.
  • Jacobs, B. and van der Ploeg, F. (2006). Guide to reform of higher education: A European perspective Economic Policy, 21(47):537--592.
  • Swanson, N. and van Dijk, D. (2006). Are statistical reporting agencies getting it right? Data rationality and business cycle asymmetry. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 24(1):24--42.
  • Boswijk, H. and Doornik, J. (2005). Distribution approximations for cointegration tests with stationary exogenous regressors Journal of Applied Econometrics, 20(6):797--810.
  • Koopman, S. and Lucas, A. (2005). Business and Default Cycles for Credit Risk Journal of Applied Econometrics, 20:311--323.
  • Hommes, C., Sonnemans, J., Tuinstra, J. and van de Velden, H. (2005). Coordination of expectations in asset pricing experiments Review of Financial Studies, 18(3):955--980.
  • Kleibergen, F. (2005). Testing Parameters in GMM without assuming that they are identified Econometrica, 73(4):1103--1124.