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Below is a list of citations havingStatistical & Econometric Methods (911) as a keyword.

Letendre, Marc-André and Smith, Gregor W. Precautionary Saving and Portfolio Allocation: DP by GMM. Journal of Monetary Economics. 2001. 48, (1): 197-215.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Leth-Petersen, Søren. Intertemporal Consumption and Credit Constraints: Does Total Expenditure Respond to an Exogenous Shock to Credit? American Economic Review. 2010. 100, (3): 1080-1103.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; International Studies; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Lettau, Martin. Idiosyncratic Risk and Volatility Bounds, or Can Models with Idiosyncratic Risk Solve the Equity Premium Puzzle? The Review of Economics and Statistics. 2002. 84, (2): 376-380.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kim, Jiseob. How Loan Modifications Influence the Prevalence of Mortgage Defaults. Macroeconomic Dynamics. 2017. 21, (1): 55-105.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Housing; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kwon, Kyooho. Essays on Macroeconomics with Heterogeneous Agents: University of Rochester; 2014. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kydland, Finn E. and Prescott, Edward C. Cyclical Movements of the Labor Input and Its Implicit Real Wage. Economic Review. 1993. 29, (2): 12-23.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kim, Ji Hyun and Torquati, Julia. Does Parental Financial Assistance Assist Young Adults to Be Financially Healthy?: Effects of Parent-Child Relationship Qualities on Financial Outcomes and Happiness. International Journal of Home Economics. 2016. 9, (2): 40-55.
Keywords: Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Transition to Adulthood Supplement; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Kim, Soojin. Essays on Macroeconomic Effects of Taxation and Health Policies: University of Pennsylvania; 2013. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Taxes


Laditka, James N. and Laditka, Sarah B. Associations of Multiple Chronic Health Conditions with Active Life Expectancy in the United States. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2016. 38, (4): 354-61.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Lemay, Michael. Understanding the Mechanism of Panel Attrition: University of Maryland - College Park; 2009. Dept: Joint Program in Survey Methodology
Keywords: Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Kalton, Graham and Brick, J. Michael. Weighting in Household Panel Surveys. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.96-112.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Kalton, Graham and Citro, Constance Forbes. Panel Surveys: Adding the Fourth Dimension. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.36-53.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Kalwij, Adriaan. Two Tests for Strict Exogeneity in a Correlated Random Effects Panel Data Tobit Model. Statistica Neerlandica. 2015. 69, (2): 115-125.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kambourov, G. and Manovskii, I. A Cautionary Note on Using (March) Current Population Survey and Panel Study of Income Dynamics Data to Study Worker Mobility. Macroeconomic Dynamics. 2013. 17, (1): 172-194.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kimball, Miles S., Sahm, Claudia R., and Shapiro, Matthew D. Risk Preferences in the PSID: Individual Imputations and Family Covariation. American Economic Review. 2009. 99, (2): 363-368. PMCID: PMC2995549
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Kimberlin, Sara Elizabeth. Metrics Matter: Examining Chronic and Transient Poverty in the United States Using the Supplemental Poverty Measure: University of California, Berkeley; 2013. Dept: Social Welfare
Keywords: Income; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods


King, MA and Dicks-Mireaux, L. Asset Holdings and the Life Cycle. The Economic Journal. 1982. 92, (366): 247-267.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Lepkowski, James M., Sadosky, Sally Ann, and Weiss, Paul S. Mode, Behavior, and Data Recording Behavior. In: Couper, Mick P., P, Baker Reginald, Bethlehem, Jelke, Clark, Cynthia Z. F., Martin, Jean, Nicholls Ii, William L. and O'Reilly, James M., editors. Computer Assisted Survey Information Collection. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 1998. p.367-388.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Laitner, John and Holsson, Henry. Bequest Motives: A Comparison of Sweden and the United States. Journal of Public Economics. 2001. 79, (1): 205-236.
Keywords: Aging; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; International Studies; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Lalé, Etienne. Worker Reallocation across Occupations: Confronting Data with Theory. Labour Economics. 2017. 44, 51-68.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Conesa, Juan Carlos and Krueger, Dirk. On the Optimal Progressivity of the Income Tax Code. Journal of Monetary Economics. 2006. 53, (7): 1425-1450.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Taxes


Cortes, G. M. Where Have the Middle-Wage Workers Gone? A Study of Polarization Using Panel Data. Journal of Labor Economics. 2016. 34, (1): 63-105.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Cortés, Guido Matías. Essays on the Task Content of Occupations and Occupational Mobility: University of British Columbia; 2012. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Diemer, Matthew A. and Li, Cheng-Hsien. Longitudinal roles of precollege contexts in low-income youths' postsecondary persistence. Developmental Psychology. 2012. 48, (6): 1686-1693.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Dierx, Adriaan H. Estimation of a Human Capital Model of Migration. The Annals of Regional Science. 1988. 22, (3): 99-110.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Labor Market & Outcomes; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Dierx, Adriaan H. A Life-Cycle Model of Repeat Migration. Regional Science and Urban Economics. 1988. 18, (3): 383-397.
Keywords: Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Ding, Kai. Essays in Macroeconomics: University of Minnesota; 2017. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Daunhauer, L. and Bundy-Fazioli, K. The Panel Study of Income Dynamics: Opportunities for the Study of Occupation. OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health. 2008. 28, (3): 141-142.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Corcoran, Mary E. and Courant, Paul N. Sex Role Socialization and Labor Market Outcomes. American Economic Review. 1985. 75, (2): 275-278.
Keywords: Gender Differences; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Disney, Richard and Gathergood, John. House Price Growth, Collateral Constraints and the Accumulation of Homeowner Debt in the United States. The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics. 2011. 11, (1):
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Housing; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Dixon-Roman, Ezekial Juma. The Mystery of Inequity: Modeling the Influence of Intergenerational Access on Intellective Competence: Fordham University; 2007. Dept: Psychology
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Poverty; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Colonna, Fabrizio. Essays on Labor Markets: University of Minnesota; 2008. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Come, E., Cottrell, M., and Gaubert, P. Analysis of Professional Trajectories Using Disconnected Self-Organizing Maps. Neurocomputing. 2015. 147, 185-196.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Côme, Etienne, Cottrell, Marie, and Gaubert, Patrice. Professional Trajectories of Workers Using Disconnected Self-Organizing Maps. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. 2013. 198, 295-304.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Cordoba, Juan-Carlos. US Inequality: Debt Constraints Or Incomplete Asset Markets? Journal of Monetary Economics. 2008. 55, (2): 350-364.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Cornwall, Gary J. Three Essays on Bayesian Econometric Methods: University of Cincinnati; 2017. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Cornwell, Christopher and Rupert, Peter. Efficient Estimation with Panel Data: An Empirical Comparison of Instrumental Variables Estimators. Journal of Applied Econometrics. 1988. 3, 149-155.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Corradin, Stefano, Fillat, José L., and Vergara-Alert, Carles. Optimal Portfolio Choice with Predictability in House Prices and Transaction Costs. The Review of Financial Studies. 2014. 27, (3): 823-880.
Keywords: Housing; 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.
Keywords: Housing; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Do, D. Phuong and Finch, Brian Karl. The Link Between Neighborhood Poverty and Health: Context or Composition? American Journal of Epidemiology. 2008. 168, (6): 611-619. PMCID: PMC2584357
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Do, D. Phuong, Wang, Lu, and Elliott, Michael R. Investigating the Relationship Between Neighborhood Poverty and Mortality Risk: A Marginal Structural Modeling Approach. Social Science & Medicine. 2013. 91, 58-66. PMCID: PMC4180500
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Foster, E. Michael. Instrumental Variables for Logistic Regression: An Illustration. Social Science Research. 1997. 26, (4): 487-504.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Garcia-Milà, Teresa, Marcet, Albert, and Ventura, Eva. Supply Side Interventions and Redistribution. The Economic Journal. 2010. 120, (543): 105-130.
Keywords: Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Taxes; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Foster, E. Michael and McLanahan, Sara. An Illustration of the Use of Instrumental Variables: Do Neighborhood Conditions Affect a Young Person's Chance of Finishing High School? Psychological Methods. 1996. 1, (3): 249-260.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wellbeing


Fournier, Jean-Marc and Koske, Isabell. The Determinants of Earnings Inequality: Evidence from Quantile Regressions. OECD Journal: Economic Studies. 2012. 2012, (1):
Keywords: International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Garrett, Bowen and Chernew, Michael. Health Insurance and Labor Markets: Concepts, Open Questions, and Data Needs. INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing. 2008. 45, 30-57.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Gayle, George-Levi, Golan, Limor, and Soytas, Mehmet. Intergenerational Mobility and the Effects of Parental Education, Time Investment, and Income on Children's Educational Attainment. Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis Review. 2018. 100, (3): 281-295.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Education Attainment & Achievement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Time Use & Home Production


Falaris, Evangelos and Peters, Elizabeth. Survey Attrition and Schooling Choices. The Journal of Human Resources. 1998. 33, (2): 531-554.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Falzone, Joseph S. On the Sidelines: Labor Force Participation of Prime Age Men. SAGE Open. 2015. 5, (1):
Keywords: Gender Differences; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Fournier, Jean-Marc and Koske, Isabell. Public Employment and Earnings Inequality: An Analysis Based on Conditional and Unconditional Quantile Regressions. Economics Letters. 2013. 121, (2): 263-266.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Fox, Liana E. Three Papers on the Black-White Mobility Gap in the United States: Columbia University; 2013. Dept: Social Welfare Policy, School of Social Work
Keywords: Aging; Gender Differences; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Frandsen, Brigham R. Testing Censoring Point Independence. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics. Forthcoming.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Gayle, Wayne-Roy and Khorunzhina, Natalia. Micro-Level Estimation of Optimal Consumption Choice with Intertemporal Nonseparability in Preferences and Measurement Errors. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics. 2018. 36, (2): 227-238.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Eckstein, Zvi and Lifshitz, Osnat. Household Interaction and the Labor Supply of Married Women. International Economic Review. 2015. 56, (2): 427-455.
Keywords: Gender Differences; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Time Use & Home Production


Farrell, Max H. Three Essays in Microeconometrics: University of Michigan; 2014. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Feigenbaum, James and Li, Geng. Life Cycle Dynamics of Income Uncertainty and Consumption. The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics. 2008. 12, (1):
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Feigenbaum, James and Li, Geng. Household Income Uncertainties over Three Decades. Oxford Economic Papers. 2015. 67, (4): 963-986.
Keywords: Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Fan, Yanqin, Sherman, Robert, and Shum, Matthew. Identifying Treatment Effects Under Data Combination. Econometrica. 2014. 82, (2): 811-822.
Keywords: 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.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Athreya, Kartik B. and Simpson, Nicole B. Unsecured Debt with Public Insurance: From Bad to Worse. Journal of Monetary economics. 2006. 53, (4): 797-825.
Keywords: Government Transfers; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kaplan, Greg. Inequality and the Life Cycle. Quantitative Economics. 2012. 3, (3): 471-525.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kaplan, Greg and Violante, Giovanni L. How Much Consumption Insurance Beyond Self-Insurance? American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics. 2010. 2, (4): 53-87.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kaplan, Greg and Violante, Giovanni L. A Model of the Consumption Response to Fiscal Stimulus Payments. Econometrica. 2014. 82, (4): 1199-1239.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kaplan, G., Violante, G. L., and Weidner, J. The Wealthy Hand-to-Mouth. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity. 2014. Spring, 77-153.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Income; International Studies; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Klein, Paul and Telyukova, Irina A. Measuring High-Frequency Income Risk from Low-Frequency Data. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 2013. 37, (3): 535-542.
Keywords: Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kleinjans, Kristin J. The Man of the House—How the Use of Household Head Characteristics May Lead to Omitted Variable Bias. Economics Letters. 2013. 119, (2): 133-135.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


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


Kapteyn, Arie and Ypma, Jeimer Y. Measurement Error and Misclassification: A Comparison of Survey and Administrative Data. Journal of Labor Economics. 2007. 25, (3): 513-551.
Keywords: International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Karabarbounis, Marios. A Road Map for Efficiently Taxing Heterogeneous Agents. American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics. 2016. 8, (2): 182-214.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Taxes


Karagyozova, Tsvetanka and Siegelman, Peter. Can Propitious Selection Stabilize Insurance markets? Journal of Insurance Issues. 2012. 35, (2): 121-158.
Keywords: Aging; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


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


Kniesner, Thomas J. and Viscusi, W. Kip. Value of a Statistical Life: Relative Position vs. Relative Age. American Economic Review. 2005. 95, (2): 142-146.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Latner, Jonathan P. Income Volatility and Mobility: A Conceptual Exploration of Two Frameworks. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. 2018. 53, 50-63.
Keywords: Aging; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Lewbel, Arthur and Ng, Serena. Demand Systems with Nonstationary Prices. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 2005. 87, (3): 479-494.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kawaguchi, Daiji, Matsushita, Yukitoshi, and Naito, Hisahiro. Moment Estimation of the Probit Model with an Endogenous Continuous Regressor. The Japanese Economic Review. 2017. 68, (1): 48-62.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Kniesner, Thomas J., Viscusi, W. Kip, and Ziliak, James P. Policy Relevant Heterogeneity in the Value of Statistical Life: New Evidence from Panel Data Quantile Regressions. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 2010. 40, (1): 15-31.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Kniesner, Thomas J., Viscusi, W. Kip, and Ziliak, James P. Willingness to Accept Equals Willingness to Pay for Labor Market Estimates of the Value of a Statistical Life. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 2014. 48, (3): 187-205.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Ashworth, Karl, Hill, Martha S., and Walker, Robert. A New Approach to Poverty Dynamics. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.210-229.
Keywords: Aging; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Behr, Andreas and Pötter, Ulrich. Analysing Wage Differences between the USA and Germany Using Proportional Hazards Models. Labour. 2009. 23, (2): 319-347.
Keywords: International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Blank, Rebecca. Presidential Address: How to Improve Poverty Measurement in the United States. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 2008. 27, (2): 233-254.
Keywords: Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Aldy, Joseph E. and Viscusi, W. Kip. Age Differences in the Value of Statistical Life: Revealed Preference Evidence. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy. 2007. 1, (2): 241-260.
Keywords: Aging; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Alessandrini, Diana, Kosempel, Stephen, and Stengos, Thanasis. The Business Cycle Human Capital Accumulation Nexus and Its Effect on Hours Worked Volatility. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 2015. 51, 356-377.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Athreya, Kartik, Sánchez, Juan M., Tam, Xuan S., and Young, Eric R. Bankruptcy and Delinquency in a Model of Unsecured Debt. International Economic Review. 2018. 59, (2): 593-623.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Zhou, Xiaoqing. Consumer Spending and Aggregate Shocks: University of Michigan; 2017. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Zhu, Guozhong. Essays on Housing and Macroeconomics: The University of Texas at Austin; 2009. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Housing; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Whalley, Alexander. Education and Labor Market Risk: Understanding the Role of Data Cleaning. Economics of Education Review. 2011. 30, (3): 528-545.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Young, Alwyn. Structural Transformation, the Mismeasurement of Productivity Growth, and the Cost Disease of Services. American Economic Review. 2014. 104, (11): 3635-67.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Yuan, Anastasia S. Vogt. Father–Child Relationships and Nonresident Fathers’ Psychological Distress: What Helps and What Hurts? Journal of Family Issues. 2016. 37, (5): 603-621.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Family Formation & Composition; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wellbeing


Zabel, Jeffrey. Estimating Wage Elasticities for Life-Cycle Models of Labour Supply Behavior. Labour Economics. 1997. 4, (3): 223-244.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Wimer, Christopher Todd. Successful Childrearing in Diverse Neighborhood Environments: Understanding the Role of Secure, Stable Employment: Harvard University; 2007. Dept: Social Policy
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Gender Differences; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Winkelmann, Rainer and Boes, Stefan Boes. Limited Dependent Variables. In: Winkelmann, Rainer and Boes, Stefan, editors. both. Analysis of Microdata. Herdelberg; Springer; 2006.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Winkels, Jeroen W. and Withers, Suzanne Davies. Panel Attrition. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.79-95.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Zandvakili, Sourushe. Decomposable Measures of Income Tax Progressivity. Applied Economics. 1995. 27, (7): 657-660.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Taxes


Zandvakili, Sourushe. Advances in Inequality Measurement and Usefulness of Statistical Inference. Forum for Social Economics. 2008. 37, 135-145.
Keywords: Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Winship, Scott Robert. Has There Been a Great Risk Shift? Trends in Economic Instability Among Working-Age Adults: Harvard University; 2009. Dept: Social Policy
Keywords: Gender Differences; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Withers, Suzanne Davies. Methodological Considerations in the Analysis of Residential Mobility: A Test of Duration, State Dependence, and Associated Events. Geographical Analysis. 1997. 29, (4): 354-372.
Keywords: Life Course; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Zandvakili, Sourushe and Mills, Jeffrey A. The Distributional Implications of Tax and Transfer Programs in US. The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. 2001. 41, (2): 167-181.
Keywords: Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Taxes


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


Wodtke, Geoffrey T. and Almirall, Daniel. Estimating Moderated Causal Effects with Time-Varying Treatments and Time-Varying Moderators: Structural Nested Mean Models and Regression with Residuals. Sociological Methodology. 2017. 47, (1): 212-245.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Zhang, Huiying. Essays on Semiparametric Cox Proportional Hazard Models: Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey at Brunswick; 2009. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Zhang, Harold Huibing. Explaining Financial Data in a Heterogeneous Agent Environment: Duke University; 1994. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Zhang, Junsen and Hoffman, Saul. Discrete Choice Logit Models: Testing the IIA Property. Sociological Methods & Research. 1993. 22, (2): 193-213.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Zhang, Yu. Essays on Market Imperfections in Macroeconomics and Finance: Princeton University; 2017. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Zhao, Junke Jake. Essays on Firm and Household Dynamics: The University of Wisconsin - Madison; 2014. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


West, Kirsten, Hauser, Robert, and Scanlan, Terri M. Longitudinal Surveys of Children Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press; 1998.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Education Attainment & Achievement; International Studies; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production; Wellbeing


Westerlund, Joakim and Petrova, Yana. Asymptotic Collinearity in CCE Estimation of Interactive Effects Models. Economic Modelling. 2018. 70, 331-337.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Wewel, Solvejg Andrea. Essays in Household Economics and Econometrics: Boston College; 2018. Dept:
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Family Formation & Composition; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Wong, Vivian C. and Steiner, Peter M. Designs of Empirical Evaluations of Nonexperimental Methods in Field Settings. Evaluation Review. Forthcoming.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Zhao, Zhiqi. Three Essays on Human Capital and the Distribution of Income: Clemson University; 2018. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Taxes


Zheng, Buhong and Cushing, Brian J. Statistical Inference for Testing Inequality Indices with Dependent Samples. Journal of Econometrics. 2001. 101, (2): 315-335.
Keywords: Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Fusaro, Marc Anthony and Dutkowsky, Donald H. What Explains Consumption in the Very Short-Run? Evidence from Checking Account Data. Journal of Macroeconomics. 2011. 33, (4): 542-552.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Duncan, Greg J. and Stafford, Frank P. Do Union Members Receive Compensating Wage Differentials? Reply. American Economic Review. 1982. 72, (4): 868-872.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Eren, Ozkan. Measuring the Union-Nonunion Wage Gap Using Propensity Score Matching. Industrial Relations. 2007. 46, (4): 766-780.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Eren, Ozkan. Essays on Treatment Effect Models with Applications to Unionization and Educational Outcomes: Southern Methodist University; 2007. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Ermisch, John. Using Panel Data to Analyse Household and Family Dynamics. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.230-249.
Keywords: Aging; Family Formation & Composition; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Galdo, Jose C. Three Essays in Programme Evaluation: Syracuse University; 2006. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Duncan, Gregory M. and Leigh, Duane E. Wage Determination in the Union and Nonunion Sectors: a Sample Selectivity Approach. ILR Review. 1980. 34, (1): 24-34.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Erosa, Andrés, Fuster, Luisa, and Kambourov, Gueorgui. Labor Supply and Government Programs: A Cross-Country Analysis. Journal of Monetary Economics. 2012. 59, (1): 84-107.
Keywords: Aging; Government Transfers; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Erosa, Andrés, Fuster, Luisa, and Kambourov, Gueorgui. Towards a Micro-Founded Theory of Aggregate Labour Supply. The Review of Economic Studies. 2016. 83, (3): 1001-1039.
Keywords: Gender Differences; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Erosa, Andres and Koreshkova, Tatyana. Progressive Taxation in a Dynastic Model of Human Capital. Journal of Monetary Economics. 2007. 54, (3): 667-685.
Keywords: Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Taxes


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


Galster, George C. Quantifying the Effect of Neighbourhood on Individuals: Challenges, Alternative Approaches, and Promising Directions. Schmollers Jahrbuch. 2008. 128, (1): 7-48.
Keywords: Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Gandhi, Ashvin and Kuehlwein, Michael. Reexamining Income Tax Overwithholding as a Response to Uncertainty. Public Finance Review. 2016. 44, (2): 220-244.
Keywords: Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Taxes


Durlauf, Steven and Seshadri, Ananth. Understanding the Great Gatsby Curve. NBER Macroeconomics Annual. 2018. 32, (1): 333-393.
Keywords: Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Durlauf, Steven N., Kourtellos, Andros, and Tan, Chih Ming. Status Traps. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics. 2016. 35, (2): 265-287.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Etches, Jacob. Economic Inequality in Adult Mortality in Canada: Analyses of the Longitudinal Administrative Databank: University of Toronto; 2009. Dept: Public Health Sciences
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; International Studies; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Etheridge, Ben. A Test of the Household Income Process Using Consumption and Wealth Data. European Economic Review. 2015. 78, 129-157.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Income; International Studies; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Foote, Christopher, Hurst, Erik, and Leahy, John. Testing the (S, s) Model. American Economic Review. 2000. 90, (2): 116-119.
Keywords: Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Garboden, Philip ME, Leventhal, Tama, and Newman, Sandra. Estimating the Effects of Residential Mobility: A Methodological Note. Journal of Social Service Research. 2017. 43, (2): 246-261.
Keywords: Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Dynan, Karen E. Habit Formation in Consumer Preferences: Evidence from Panel Data. American Economic Review. 2000. 90, (3): 391-406.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Food & Nutrition; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Etherington, Nicole. Re-Evaluating Gender Differences in Self-Rated Health: The Importance of Cohort. Journal of Women & Aging. 2017. 29, (2): 150–162.
Keywords: Aging; Gender Differences; Health, Disability & Mortality; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Belli, Robert F., Agrawal, Sangeeta, and Bilgren, Ipek. Health Status and Disability Comparisons Between CATI Calendar and Conventional Questionnaire Instruments. Quality & Quantity. 2012. 46, (3): 813-828.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Attanasio, Orazio and Pistaferri, Luigi. Consumption Inequality over the Last Half Century: Some Evidence Using the New PSID Consumption Measure. American Economic Review. 2014. 104, (5): 122-126.
Keywords: Aging; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Attanasio, Orazio P. and Weber, Guglielmo. Consumption and Saving: Models of Intertemporal Allocation and Their Implications for Public Policy. Journal of Economic Literature. 2010. 48, (3): 693-751.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Government Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Belli, Robert F., Lee, Eun Ha, Stafford, Frank P., and Chou, Chia-Hung. Calendar and Question-List Survey Methods: Association between Interview Behaviors and Data Quality. Journal of Official Statistics. 2004. 20, (2): 185-218.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Belli, Robert F., Shay, William L., and Stafford, Frank P. Event History Calendar and Question List Survey Interviewing Methods: A Direct Comparison. Public Opinion Quarterly. 2001. 65, (_): 45-74.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Belli, Robert F., Smith, Lynette M., Andreski, Patricia M., and Agrawal, Sangeeta. Methodological Comparisons Between CATI Event History Calendar and Standardized Conventional Questionnaire Instruments. Public Opinion Quarterly. 2007. 71, (4): 603-622.
Keywords: Aging; Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. The Emergence of Calendar Interviewing: A Theoretical and Empirical Rationale. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. Los Angeles-London-New Delphi-Singapore-Washington DC; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.31-53.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. Future Directions in Calendar and Time Diary Methods. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. Los Angeles-London-New Delphi-Singapore-Washington, DC; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.307-316.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Blomquist, Glenn. Value of Life Saving: Implications of Consumption Activity. Journal of Political Economy. 1979. 87, (3): 540-558.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Augustyniak, Sue. Some Econometric Advantages of Panel Data. In: Hill, Martha S., Hill, Daniel H. and Morgan, James N., editors. Five Thousand American Families: Patterns of Economic Progress. Ann Arbor, MI; Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 1981. p.405-420.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. Introduction: The Application of Calendar and Time Diary Methods in the Collection of Life Course Data. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. Los Angeles-London-New Delphi-Singapore-Washington DC; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.1-12.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. Timeline Data Collection and Analysis: Time Diary and Event History Calendar Methods. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. 2009; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.13-30.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. Using Time Diaries to Study Instruction in Schools. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. Los Angeles-London-New Delphi-Singapore-Washington, DC; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.175-190.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Alonso, Cristian Emmanuel. Essays on the Macroeconomic Effects of Consumption Heterogeneity: Princeton University; 2017. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Alonso-Ortiz, Jorge and Rogerson, Richard. Taxes, Transfers and Employment in An Incomplete Markets Model. Journal of Monetary Economics. 2010. 57, (8): 949-958.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Taxes


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


Avery, R., Hansen, L. P., and Hotz, Joseph. Multiperiod Probit Models and Orthogonality Condition Estimation. International Economic Review. 1983. 24, (1): 21-35.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Benus, Jake. Static and Dynamic Responses of Food Consumption to Income: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan; 1972. A Working Paper from O.E.O. Study of Family Income Dynamics for Office of Economic Opportunity.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Food & Nutrition; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Cozzi, Marco. Equilibrium Heterogeneous-Agent Models as Measurement Tools: Some Monte Carlo Evidence. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 2014. 39, 208-226.
Keywords: Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Dehejia, Rajeev H. Practical Propensity Score Matching: A Reply to Smith and Todd. Journal of Econometrics. 2005. 125, (1-2): 255-264.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Duncan, Greg J. Made in Heaven: Secondary Data Analysis and Interdisciplinary Collaborators. Developmental Psychology. 1991. 27, (6): 949-951.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Otsu, Taisuke and Rai, Yoshiyasu. Bootstrap Inference of Matching Estimators for Average Treatment Effects. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 2017. 112, (520): 1720-1732.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Pijoan-Mas, Josep. Precautionary Savings or Working Longer Hours? Review of Economic Dynamics. 2006. 9, 326-352.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Pijoan-Mas, Josep. Pricing Risk in Economies with Heterogeneous Agents and Incomplete Markets. Journal of the European Economic Association. 2007. 5, (5): 987-1015.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Pissarides, Christopher A. The Unemployment Volutality Puzzle: Is Wage Stickiness the Answer? Econometrica. 2009. 77, (5): 1339-1369.
Keywords: Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Pistaferri, Luigi. Comment on: "Turbulent Firms, Turbulent Wages?" by Comin, Groshen, and Rabin. Journal of Monetary Economics. 2009. 56, (1): 134-136.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Labor Market & Outcomes; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Ransom, Michael R. Econometric Models of Consumer Behavior Under Quantity Constraints: Three Essays: Princeton University; 1983. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Ratcliffe, Caroline, Chen, Henry, Shanks, Trina R. Williams, Nam, Yunju, Schreiner, Mark, Zhan, Min, and Sherraden, Michael. Assessing Asset Data. In: McKernan, Signe-Mary and Sherraden, Michael, editors. Asset Building and Low-Income Families. Washington, DC; The Urban Institute Press; 2008. p.239-70.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Rosen, Harvey S. Housing Decisions and the U.S. Income Tax: an Econometric Analysis. Journal of Public Economics. 1979. 11, 1-23.
Keywords: Housing; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Taxes


Ottoni-wilhelm, Mark and Bandy, Robert. Stage-Specific Family Structure Models: Implicit Parameter Restrictions and Bayesian Model Comparison with an Application to Prosocial Behavior. Review of Economics of the Household. 2013. 11, (3): 313-340.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Philanthropy; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Oyenubi, Adeola. Quantifying Balance for Casual Inference: An Information Theoretic Perspective: University of Cape Town; 2018. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


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


Ravulaparthy, Srinath, Yoon, Seo Youn, and Goulias, Konstadinos G. Linking Elderly Transport Mobility and Subjective Well-Being: A Multivariate Latent Modeling Approach. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 2013. (2382): 28-36.
Keywords: Aging; Disability & Use of Time; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wellbeing


Rossi, Alberto Gianluca Paolo. Essays on Time-Varying Investment Opportunities and Investors' Asset Allocation: University of California, San Diego; 2011. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Ozik, Jonathan, Collier, Nicholson T., Wozniak, Justin M., Macal, Charles M., and An, Gary. Extreme-Scale Dynamic Exploration of a Distributed Agent-Based Model With the EMEWS Framework. IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems. 2018. 5, (3): 884-895.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods


Plotnick, Robert D. and Hoffman, Saul. The Effects of Neighborhood Characteristics on Young Adult Outcomes: Alternative Estimates. Social Science Quarterly. 1999. 80, (1): 1-18.
Keywords: Aging; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Rendall, Michael S., Weden, Margaret M., Lau, Christopher, Brownell, Peter, Nazarov, Zafar, and Fernandes, Meenakshi. Evaluation of Bias in Estimates of Early Childhood Obesity from Parent-Reported Heights and Weights. American Journal of Public Health. 2014. 104, (7): 1255-1262. PMCID: PMC4056224
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Polkovnichenko, Valery. Life-Cycle Portfolio Choice with Additive Habit Formation Preferences and Uninsurable Labor Income Risk. The Review of Financial Studies. 2007. 20, (1): 83-124.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Polachek, Solomon W. and Yoon, Bong Joon. Panel Estimates of a Two-Tiered Earnings Frontier. Journal of Applied Econometrics. 1996. 11, (2): 169-178.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


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


Niehues, Judith and Peichl, Andreas. Upper Bounds Of Inequality of Opportunity: Theory And Evidence for Germany and the US. Social Choice and Welfare. 2014. 43, (1): 73-99.
Keywords: International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Ñíguez, Trino-Manuel, Paya, Ivan, and Peel, David. Pure Higher-Order Effects in the Portfolio Choice Model. Finance Research Letters. 2016. 19, 255–260.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Nishiyama, Shinichi and Smetters, Kent. Does Social Security Privatization Produce Efficiency Gains? The Quarterly Journal of Economics. 2007. 122, (4): 1677-1719.
Keywords: Government Transfers;