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Home | Alumni | Key alumni publications

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363 key alumni publications

  • Wang, W., Zhang, X and Paap, R. (2019). To pool or not to pool: What is a good strategy for parameter estimation and forecasting in panel regressions? Journal of Applied Econometrics, 34(5):724--745.
  • Zhou, C. (2019). Book review: Risk Theory: A Heavy Tail Approach Journal of the American Statistical Association, :.
  • Pietro Dindo (2019). Survival in speculative markets Journal of Economic Theory.

  • Tim Willems (2019). A note on optimal experimentation under risk aversion Journal of Economic Theory.

  • van Ophem, H., van Giersbergen, N., van Garderen, K.J. and Bun, M. (2019). The cyclicality of R&D investment and innovation revisited Journal of Applied Econometrics, 34(2):315--324.
  • Baştürk, N., Borowska, A., Grassi, S., Hoogerheide, L. and van Dijk, H.K. (2019). Forecast density combinations of dynamic models and data driven portfolio strategies Journal of Econometrics, 210(1):170--186.
  • Bolhaar, J., Ketel, N. and van Der Klaauw, B. (2019). Job search periods for welfare applicants: Evidence from a randomized experiment American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 11(1):92--125.
  • Buser, T. and Yuan, H. (2019). Do women give up competing more easily? Evidence from the lab and the Dutch Math Olympiad American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 11(3):225--252.
  • Francesco Ravazzolo (2019). Identification of financial factors in economic fluctuations Economic Journal.

  • van den Berg, GerardJ. and van der Klaauw, B. (2019). Structural empirical evaluation of job search monitoring International Economic Review, 60(2):879--903.
  • Xianhua Hu (2019). Low Reserve Prices in Auctions Economic Journal.

  • Boot, T. and Pick, A. (2018). Optimal forecasts from Markov switching models Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 36(4):628--642.
  • Cheshire, P., Hilber, ChristianA.L. and Koster, HansR.A. (2018). Empty homes, longer commutes: The unintended consequences of more restrictive local planning Journal of Public Economics, 158(2):126--151.
  • Galama, T.J. and van Kippersluis, J.L.W. (2018). A Theory of Socioeconomic Disparities in Health over the Life Cycle Economic Journal, :.
  • Keijsers, B.J.L., Diris, B.F. and Kole, H.J.W.G. (2018). Cyclicality in Losses on Bank Loans Journal of Applied Econometrics, 33(4):533--552.
  • van Bekkum, S., Irani, R. and Gabarro Bonet, M. (2018). Does a Larger Menu Increase Appetite? Collateral Eligibility and Credit Supply Review of Financial Studies, 31(3):2855--2896.
  • Florian Sniekers (2018). Persistence and volatility of beveridge cycles International Economic Review.

  • Geert Mesters (2018). On the Demographic Adjustment of Unemployment Review of Economics and Statistics.

  • Marcos Poplawski Ribeiro (2018). The Slowdown in Global Trade: A Symptom of a Weak Recovery? IMF Economic Review.

  • Frank Windmeijer (2018). On the Use of the Lasso for Instrumental Variables Estimation with Some Invalid Instruments Journal of the American Statistical Association.