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Home | Alumni | Key alumni publications

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501 key alumni publications

  • Bindler, A. and Ketel, N. (2022). Scaring or Scarring? Labor Market Effects of Criminal Victimization Journal of Labor Economics, 40(4):939--970.
  • Juodis, A. (2022). A regularization approach to common correlated effects estimation Journal of Applied Econometrics, 37(4):788--810.
  • van Leeuwen, B., Offerman, T. and van de Ven, J. (2022). Fight or Flight: Endogenous Timing in Conflicts Review of Economics and Statistics, 104(2):217–231.
  • Juodis, A. and Sarafidis, V. (2022). A Linear Estimator for Factor-Augmented Fixed-T Panels With Endogenous Regressors Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 22(1):1--15.
  • Dur, R., Kvaløy, O. and Schöttner, A. (2022). Leadership Styles and Labor-Market Conditions Management Science, 68(4):3150--3168.
  • Jovanovic, B. and Menkveld, AlbertJ. (2022). Equilibrium bid-price dispersion Journal of Political Economy, 130(2):426--461.
  • Baillon, A., Halevy, Y. and Li, C. (2022). Randomize at Your Own Risk: On the Observability of Ambiguity Aversion Econometrica, 90(3):1085--1107.
  • Deng, Z. and Lindeboom, M. (2022). Early-life famine exposure, hunger recall, and later-life health Journal of Applied Econometrics, 37(4):771--787.
  • Perotti, E. and Rola-Janicka, M. (2022). The Good, the Bad and the Missed Boom Review of Financial Studies, 35(11):5025–5056.
  • Brands, D., Klingen, J. and Ostermeijer, F. (2022). Hands on the wheel, eyes on the phone: The effect of smartphone usage fees on road safety European Economic Review, 146:1--23.
  • Kastoryano, S. and van der Klaauw, B. (2022). Dynamic evaluation of job search assistance Journal of Applied Econometrics, 37(2):227--241.
  • Artmann, E., Oosterbeek, H. and van der Klaauw, B. (2022). Do Doctors Improve the Health Care of Their Parents? Evidence from Admission Lotteries American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 14(3):164--184.
  • Koster, HansR.A. and Pinchbeck, EdwardW. (2022). How Do Households Value the Future? Evidence from Property Taxes American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 14(1):207--239.
  • Gardberg, M. and Pozzi, L. (2022). Aggregate consumption and wealth in the long run: The impact of financial liberalization Journal of Applied Econometrics, 37(1):161--186.
  • Delfgaauw, J., Dur, R., Onemu, O.A. and Sol, J. (2022). Team Incentives, Social Cohesion, and Performance: A Natural Field Experiment Management Science, 68(1):230--256.
  • Juodis, A. and Reese, S. (2022). The Incidental Parameters Problem in Testing for Remaining Cross-Section Correlation Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 40(3):1191--1203.
  • Blasques, F., van Brummelen, J., Koopman, S.J. and Lucas, A. (2022). Maximum likelihood estimation for score-driven models Journal of Econometrics, 227(2):325--346.
  • Juodis, A. and Sarafidis, V. (2022). An incidental parameters free inference approach for panels with common shocks Journal of Econometrics, 229(1):19--54.
  • Fan, Z., Londono, J. and Xiao, X. (2022). Equity tail risk and currency risk premiums Journal of Financial Economics, 143(1):484--503.
  • Pelzl, P. and Poelhekke, S. (2021). Good mine, bad mine: Natural resource heterogeneity and Dutch disease in Indonesia Journal of International Economics, 131:1--21.