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Advances in economics and econometrics :theory and applications


  • Mathias Dewatripont
  • Lars Peter Hansen
  • Stephen Turnovsky


Volume 1: 1. Auctions and efficiency Eric Maskin; 2. Why every economist should learn some auction theory Paul Klemperer; 3. Global games: theory and applications Stephen Morris and Hyun Song Shin; 4. Testing contract theory: a survey of some recent work Pierre-Andre Chiappori and Bernard Salanie; 5. The economics of multidimensional screening Jean-Charles Rochet and Lars A. Stole; Discussion of papers by P. A. Chiappori and B. Salanie and by J.-.C Rochet and L. A. Stole Patrick Legros; 6. Theories of fairness and reciprocity: evidence and economic applications Ernst Fehr and Klaus M. Schmidt; 7. Hyperbolic discounting and consumption Christopher Harris and David Laibson; Discussion of papers by E. Fehr and K. M. Schmidt and by C. Harris and D. Laibson Glenn Ellison; 8. Agglomeration and economic theory Masahisa Fujita and Jacques-Francois Thisse; 9. Non-market interactions Edward Glaeser and Jose A. Scheinkman. Volume 2: 1. Sorting, education, and inequality Raquel Fernandez; 2. Wage equations and education policy Kenneth I. Wolpin; Empirical and theoretical issues in the analysis of education policy: a discussion of the papers by Raquel Fernandez and Kenneth I. Wolpin Costas Meghir; 3. Toward a theory of competition policy Patrick Rey; 4. Identification and estimation of cost functions using observed bid data: an application to electricity markets Frank Wolak; 5. Liquidity, default, and crashes: endogenous contracts in general equilibrium John Geanakoplos; 6. Trading volume Andrew W. Lo; Discussion of papers by John Geanakoplos and by Andrew Lo and Jiang Wang Franklin Allen; 7. Inverse problems and structural econometrics: the example of instrumental variables Jean-Pierre Florens; 8. Endogeneity in nonparametric and semiparametric regression models Richard Blundell; Discussion of papers by Jean-Pierre Florens and by Richard Blundell and James Powell Manuel Arellano. Volume 3: 1. Contracting constraints, credit markets, and economic development Abhijit V. Banerjee; 2. Extracting business cycle indexes from large data sets: aggregation, estimation, identification Lucrezia Reichlin; 3. Macroeconomic forecasting using many predictors Mark W. Watson; Comments on papers by Lucrezia Reichlin and by Mark W. Watson Frank Diebold; 4. How severe is the time inconsistency problem in monetary policy? Stephania Albenesi, V. V. Chari and Lawrence J. Christiano; 5. New perspectives on monetary policy, inflation, and the business cycle Jordi Gali; Comments on papers by Jordi Gali and by Stephania Albenesi V. V. Chari and Lawrence J. Christiano; 6. Consumption smoothing and extended families Orazio P. Attanasio and Jose-Victor Rios-Rull; 7. Computational methods for dynamic equilibria with heterogeneous agents Kenneth L. Judd, Felix Kubler and Kaarl Schmedders.

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  • Mathias Dewatripont & Lars Peter Hansen & Stephen Turnovsky, 2003. "Advances in economics and econometrics :theory and applications," ULB Institutional Repository 2013/9557, ULB -- Universite Libre de Bruxelles.
  • Handle: RePEc:ulb:ulbeco:2013/9557
    Note: Proceedings of: Eighth World Congress (August 2000: University of Washington, Seattle)

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