This past week I've been somewhat pre-occupied with the final exams for my undergraduate Economic Statistics course, and graduate Econometrics, courses. However, I've still managed to get some reading done, including the following miscellaneous papers:
- S. Amini et al., 2012. Fixed versus random: The Hausman test four decades later. Unpublished paper, Dept. of Finance, Virginia Polytechnic & State University.
- J. D. Angrist, 2001. Estimation of limited dependent variable models with dummy endogenous regressors. Simple strategies for empirical practice. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 19, 2-28.
- A. Chesher & A. Rosen, 2013. What do instrumental variables deliver with discrete dependent variables? Cemmap Working Paper CWP 10/13, Dept. of Economics, University College London.
- G. Chortareas & G. Kapetanios, 2013. How puzzling is the PPP puzzle? An alternative half-life measure of convergence to PPP. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 28, 435-457.
- S. N. Durlauf et al., 2012. Is God in the details? A reexamination of the role of religion in economic growth. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 27, 1059-1075.
- C. Feng et al., 2013, Geometric mean of nonnegative random variable. Communications in Statistics - Theory & Methods, in press.
- R. N. Rodriguez, 2013. Building the big tent for statistics. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 108, 1-6.
- T. Wozniak, 2012. Testing causality between two vectors in multivariate GARCH models. Research Paper 1139, Dept. of Economics, University of Melbourne.
© 2013, David E. Giles