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  • Barra, I., Hoogerheide, L., Koopman, S. and Lucas, A. (2017). Joint Bayesian Analysis of Parameters and States in Nonlinear, Non-Gaussian State Space Models Journal of Applied Econometrics, 32(5):1003--1026.
  • Gerritsen, S., Plug, E. and Webbink, D. (2017). Teacher Quality and Student Achievement: Evidence from a Sample of Dutch Twins Journal of Applied Econometrics, 32(3):643--660.
  • Weber, M. and Schram, A. (2017). The Non-Equivalence of Labour Market Taxes: A Real-Effort Experiment Economic Journal, 127(604):2187--2215.
  • de Haan, T., Offerman, T. and Sloof, R. (2017). Discrimination in the labour market: the curse of competition between workers Economic Journal, 127(603):1433–1466.
  • Bao, T., Hommes, C. and Makarewicz, T. (2017). Bubble formation and (in)efficient markets in learning-to-forecast and optimise experiments Economic Journal, 127(605):F581--F609.
  • Bisschop, P., Kastoryano, S. and van der Klaauw, B. (2017). Street prostitution zones and crime American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 9(4):28--63.
  • Gautier, PieterA. and Holzner, ChristianL. (2017). Simultaneous search and efficiency of entry and search intensity American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 9(3):245--282.
  • Bernasco, W., de Graaff, T., Rouwendal, J. and Steenbeek, W. (2017). Social Interactions and Crime Revisited: An Investigation Using Individual Offender Data in Dutch Neighborhoods Review of Economics and Statistics, 99(4):622--636.
  • Lundborg, P., Plug, E. and Rasmussen, A. (2017). Can women have children and a career? IV evidence from IVF treatments American Economic Review, 107(6):1611--1637.
  • Schwaab, B., Koopman, S. and Lucas, A. (2017). Global Credit Risk: World, Country and Industry Factors Journal of Applied Econometrics, 32(2):296--317.
  • Moraga Gonzalez, J.L., Sandor, Z. and Wildenbeest, M. (2017). Prices and heterogeneous search costs RAND Journal of Economics, 48(1):125--146.
  • Cai, X., Gautier, PieterA. and Wolthoff, RonaldP. (2017). Search frictions, competing mechanisms and optimal market segmentation Journal of Economic Theory, 169(May):453--473.
  • Thomas de Haan (2017). 'Good Nudge Lullaby': Choice Architecture and Default Bias Reinforcement The Economic Journal.

  • Tim Willems (2017). The benefits of forced experimentation: Striking evidence from the London underground network Quarterly Journal of Economics.

  • Marius Zoican (2017). Need for Speed? Exchange Latency and Liquidity The Review of Financial Studies.

  • Francesco Ravazzolo (2017). Using Entropic Tilting to Combine BVAR Forecasts With External Nowcasts Journal of Business and Economic Statistics.

  • Tim Willems (2017). Actively Learning by Pricing: A Model of an Experimenting Seller Economic Journal.

  • Koopman, S. and Mesters, G. (2017). Empirical Bayes Methods for Dynamic Factor Models Review of Economics and Statistics, 99(3):486--498.
  • Francesco Ravazzolo (2017). Macroeconomic Factors Strike Back: A Bayesian Change-Point Model of Time-Varying Risk Exposures and Premia in the U.S. Cross-Section Journal of Business and Economic Statistics.

  • Wilko Bolt (2017). Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies The Journal of Economic Literature.