Sunday, October 22, 2017

Another Shout-Out for The Replication Network

Replication in empirical economics is vitally important, and I'm delighted to be a member of The Replication Network. I've mentioned this group in previous blog posts - for instance, here and here.

The list of members of TRN continues to grow - why not consider becoming a member your self? Here's the link that you need to do so. 

The TRN website includes some excellent guest blog posts, the latest of which is about a new journal dedicated to the replication of economic research. The post is by  Martina Grunow, the Managing Editor of the International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics (IREE).

If you haven't checked out TRN, why not do so - and why not join?

© 2017, David E. Giles

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Recommended Reading for October

  • Andor, N. & C. Parmeter, 2017. Pseudolikelihood estimation of the stochastic frontier model. Ruhr Economic Papers #693.
  • Chalak, K., 2017. Instrumental variables methods with heterogeneity and mismeasured instruments. Econometric Theory, 33, 69-104.
  • Kim, J. H. & I. Choi, 2017. Unit roots in economic and financial time series: A re-evaluation at the decision-based significance levels. Econometrics, 56 (3), 41.
  • Owen, A. B., 2017. Statistically efficient thinning of a Markov chain sampler. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics, 26, 738-744. 
  • Owen, P. D., 2017. Evaluating ingenious instruments for fundamental determinants of long-run economic growth and development. Econometrics, 5 (3), 38.
  • Richard, P., 2017. Robust heteroskedasticity-robust tests. Economics Letters, 159, 28-32.

© 2017, David E. Giles