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Below is a list of citations havingStatistical & Econometric Methods (1005) as a keyword.

Ratner, David Diamond. Three Essays on the US Labor Market: Macroeconomic Trends and Cycles: University of Michigan; 2012. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Dahl, Molly, De Leire, Thomas, and Schwabish, Jonathan A. Estimates of Year-to-Year Volatility in Earnings and in Household Incomes from Administrative, Survey, and Matched Data. The Journal of Human Resources. 2011. 46, (4): 750-774.
Keywords: Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Clementi, Fabio, Gallegati, Mauro, and Kaniadakis, Giorgio. A New Model of Income Distribution: the k-generalized Distribution. Journal of Economics. 2011. 105, (1): 63-91.
Keywords: Income; International Studies; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Nicolau, Joao. Nonparametric Density Forecast Based on Time- and State-Domain. Journal of Forecasting. 2011. 30, (8): 706-720.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Chung, Yoon-Kyung. Essays on the Economic Impact of Chronic Health Conditions and on Undocumented Immigrants Use of Medicaid: University of California, Davis; 2012. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Gordon, Grey. Essays on Consumer Default: University of Pennsylvania; 2012. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Huff, Jared Michael. Measurement Error and the Black-White Wage Differential: Clemson University; 2012. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Labor Market & Outcomes; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Karamparmpounis, Marios. Essays on Dynamic Life Cycle Behavior with Heterogeneous Agents: University of Rochester; 2012. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Luzzetti, Matthew Nelson. Essays on Quantitative Defaultable Debt Models: University of California, Los Angeles; 2012. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Raheem, S. M. Enayetur. Absolute Penalty and Shrinkage Estimation Strategies in Linear and Partially Linear Models: University of Windsor (Canada); 2012. Dept: Mathematics and Statistics
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Wu, Yanyuan. The Economic Well-Being of the Elderly and Public Policy: University of Chicago; 2010. Dept: Public Policy
Keywords: Aging; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Family Formation & Composition; Food & Nutrition; Gender Differences; Government Transfers; Health, Disability & Mortality; Housing; Poverty; Retirement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Avdic, Daniel and Karlsson, Martin. Growth in Earnings and Health: Nothing is as Practical as a Good Theory. The Review of Income and Wealth. 2017. 63, (4): 777-787.
Keywords: Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Quigley, John M. Homeowner Mobility and Mortgage Interest Rates: New Evidence from the 1990s. Real Estate Economics. 2002. 30, (3): 345-.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Housing; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Piazzesi, M. and Schneider, M. Housing and Macroeconomics. In: Taylor, JB and Uhlig, H., editors. Handbook of Macroeconomics. Amsterdam; North Holland; 2016. p.1547-1640.
Keywords: Housing; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Li, Wenli, Liu, Haiyong, Yang, Fang, and Yao, Rui. Housing over Time and over the Life Cycle: a Structural Estimation. International Economic Review. 2016. 57, (4): 1237-1260.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Housing; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Rutchick, Abraham M., Smyth, Joshua M., Lopoo, Leonard M., and Dusek, Jerome B. Great Expectations: The Biasing Effects of Reported Child Behavior Problems on Educational Expectancies and Subsequent Academic Achievement. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. 2009. 28, (3): 392-413.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wellbeing


Naga, Ramses H. Abul. Biases of the Ordinary Least Squares and Instrumental Variables Estimators of the Intergenerational Earnings Elasticity: Revisited in the Light of Panel Data. The Journal of Economic Inequality. 2008. 6, (4): 323-350.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Eksi, Ozan. Lower Volatility, Higher Inequality: Are They Related? Oxford Economic Papers. Forthcoming.
Keywords: Income; International Studies; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Freedman, Vicki A., McGonagle, Katherine A., and Couper, Mick P. Use of a Targeted Sequential Mixed Mode Protocol in a Nationally Representative Panel Study. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology. 2018. 6, (1): 98-121. PMCID: PMC5870896
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Makarov, Igor and Plantin, Guillaume. Equilibrium Subprime Lending. The Journal of Finance. 2013. 68, (3): 849-879.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Housing; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Marrero, Gustavo A. and Rodríguez, Juan Gabriel. Macroeconomic Determinants of Inequality of Opportunity in the United States: 1970–2009. In: Bishop, John A. and Rodriguez, Juan G., editors. Inequality after the 20th Century: Papers from the Sixth ECINEQ Meeting. United Kingdom; Emerald Publishing; 2016. p.307-330.
Keywords: Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Huggett, Mark and Kaplan, Greg. How Large Is the Stock Component of Human Capital? Review of Economic Dynamics. 2016. 22, 21-51.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Bretscher, Lorenzo, Julliard, Christian, and Rosa, Carlo. Human Capital and International Portfolio Diversification: a Reappraisal. Journal of International Economics. 2016. 99, (supp 1): S78-S96.
Keywords: Aging; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Escanciano, Juan Carlos, JachoChávez, Dvid, and Lewbel, Arthur. Identification and Estimation of Semiparametric TwoStep Models. Quantitative Economics. 2016. 7, (2): 561-589.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Lin, I. Fen and Wu, Hsueh-Sheng. Intergenerational Transfer and Reporting Bias: An Application of the MIMIC Model. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 2017. 73, (1): 19-29. PMCID: PMC5926999
Keywords: Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Navarro, Salvador and Zhou, Jin. Identifying Agent's Information Sets: An Application to a Lifecycle Model of Schooling, Consumption and Labor Supply. Review of Economic Dynamics. 2017. 25, 58-92.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Tokuoka, Kiichi. Is Stock Investment Contagious among Siblings? Empirical Economics. 2016. 52, (4): 1505-1528.
Keywords: Aging; Family Formation & Composition; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Brodaty, Thibault. Is the Ladder Sticky? Measuring Semi-Parametrically State Dependence in Earnings Mobility. Applied Economics. 2018. 50, (2): 143-156.
Keywords: Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Krolikowski, Pawel. Job Ladders and Earnings of Displaced Workers. American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics. 2017. 9, (2): 1-31.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Santos, Ricardo Manuel. Dynamic Effects of Labor Supply: A Mechanism Explaining Cross-Sectional Differences in Hours. Review of Economic Dynamics. 2014. 17, (4): 630-653.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Gustavsson, Magnus and Österholm, Pär. Does the Labor-Income Process Contain a Unit Root? Evidence from Individual-Specific Time Series. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 2014. 47, 152-167.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Tsay, Ruey S. Some Methods for Analyzing Big Dependent Data. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. 2016. 34, (4): 673-688.
Keywords: Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Gervais, Martin, Jaimovich, Nir, Siu, Henry E., and Yedid-Levi, Yaniv. What Should I Be When I Grow Up? Occupations and Unemployment over the Life Cycle. Journal of Monetary Economics. 2016. 83, 54-70.
Keywords: Aging; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Heckman, James J. and Scheinkman, Jose. The Importance of Bundling in a Gorman-Lancaster Model of Earnings. The Review of Economic Studies. 1987. 54, 243-255.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Maasoumi, Esfandiar. Continuously Distributed Attributes and Measures of Multivariate Inequality. Journal of Econometrics. 1989. 42, 131-144.
Keywords: Government Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Choudhury, Sharmila. Econometric Issues in the Measurement of the Male-Female Wage Differential: Wayne State University; 1989. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


MaCurdy, Thomas. The Use of Time Series Processes to Model the Error Structure of Earnings in a Longitudinal Data Analysis. Journal of Econometrics. 1982. 18, 83-114.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Mayo, Stephen K. Theory and Estimation in the Economics of Housing Demand. Journal of Urban Economics. 1981. 10, (1): 95-116.
Keywords: Housing; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Lee, Lung-Fei. Fully Recursive Probability Models and Multivariate Log-Linear Probability Models for the Analysis of Qualitative Data. Journal of Econometrics. 1981. 16, (1): 51-69.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Lambrinos, James and Harmon, Oskar R. An Empirical Evaluation of Two Methods for Estimating Economic Damages. Journal of Risk and Insurance. 1989. 56, (4): 733-739.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Calhoun, Charles. Estimating the Distribution of Desired Family Size and Excess Fertility. The Journal of Human Resources. 1989. 24, (4): 709-724.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Haveman, Robert and Wolfe, Barbara. The Decline in Male Labor Force Participation: a Comment. Journal of Political Economy. 1984. 92, (3): 532-541.
Keywords: Government Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Hundley, Gregory Stephen. Determinants of Intertemporal Variations in the Union-Nonunion Wage Differential for the United States: University of Minnesota; 1981. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Traskin, Mikhail and Small, Dylan S. Defining the Study Population for an Observational Study to Ensure Sufficient Overlap: A Tree Approach. Statistics in Biosciences. 2011. 3, (1): 94-118.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Mora, Juan and Moro-Egido, Ana I. Analyzing Motives for Money-Transfers Within Families: the Role of Transfers for Education. Empirical Economics. 2011. 43, (1): 357-378.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Dong, Yingying. Endogenous Regressor Binary Choice Models Without Instruments, With an Application to Migration. Economic Letters. 2010. 107, (1): 33-35.
Keywords: Income; Life Course; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Chau, Tak Wai. Essays on Earnings Mobility Within and Across Generations Using Copula: University of Rochester; 2010. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Lee, Sokbae, Linton, Oliver, and Whang, Yoon-Jae. Testing for Stochastic Monotonicity. Econometrica. 2009. 77, (2): 585-602.
Keywords: Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Anderson, Lisa R. and Mellor, Jennifer M. Are Risk Preferences Stable? Comparing an Experimental Measure with a Validated Survey-Based Measure. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 2009. 39, 137-160.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Family Formation & Composition; Gender Differences; Health, Disability & Mortality; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Cabral, Celso Romulo Barbosa, Lachos, Victor Hugo, and Madruga, Maria Regina. Bayesian Analysis of Skew-Normal Independent Linear Mixed Models with Heterogeneity in the Random-Effects Population. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference. 2011. 142, (1): 181-200.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Gunasekara, Fiona Imlach, Carter, Kristie, and Blakely, Tony. Change in Income and Change in Self-Rated Health: Systematic Review of Studies Using Repeated Measures to Control for Confounding Bias. Social Science & Medicine. 2011. 72, (2): 193-201.
Keywords: Aging; Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Lee, Wang-Sheng. Propensity Score Matching and Variations on the Balancing Test. Empirical Economics. 2011. 44, (1): 47-80.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Alan, Sule and Browning, Martin. Estimating Intertemporal Allocation Parameters Using Synthetic Residual Estimation. The Review of Economic Studies. 2010. 77, (4): 1231-1261.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Rendall, Michael S., Handcock, Mark S., and Jonsson, Stefan H. Bayesian Estimation of Hispanic Fertility Hazards from Survey and Population Data. Demography. 2009. 46, (1): 65-84. PMCID: PMC2831270
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Martinez-Sanchis, Elena, Mora, Juan, and Kandemir, Ilker. Counterfactual Distributions of Wages via Quantile Regression with Endogeneity. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis. 2012. 56, (11): 3212-3229.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kim, Hyun-Sik. Housing Tenure and Residential Mobility: Multi-Choice Logit Approach: Princeton University; 1981. Dept:
Keywords: Housing; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Spell, Janyce. Families of the PTA: A Secondary Analysis of National Survey Data, 1968-1972: Michigan State University; 1986. Dept:
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Zeman, Allen Ridgdill. A Multi-Model Examination of the Earnings Distribution of Male Heads of Households in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, 1969-1983: The Florida State University; 1989. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Bhargava, Alok. Wald Tests and Systems of Stochastic Equations. International Economic Review. 1987. 28, (3): 789-808.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Christofides, Louis N. Wage Adjustment in Contracts Containing Cost-of-Living Allowance Clauses. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 1987. 69, (3): 531-536.
Keywords: International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Davies, Richard B. and Pickles, Andrew R. Accounting For Omitted Variables in a Discrete Time Panel Data Model of Residential Mobility. Quality & Quantity. 1986. 20, (2-3): 219-233.
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