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Handbook of Applied Econometrics, Volume 2: Microeconomics

Handbook of Applied Econometrics, Volume 2: Microeconomics

M. Hashem Pesaran (Editor), Peter Schmidt (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-405-16641-6

Feb 2008, Wiley-Blackwell

464 pages

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Description

This Handbook focuses on specific microeconomics applications, rather than on conventional econometric theory. It covers the econometric issues involved in a variety of applied microeconomic problems.
1. Introduction: M. Hashem Pesaran and Peter Schmidt (University of Cambridge; Michigan State University).

2. Index Number and Factor Demand Approaches to Estimation of Productivity: David H. Good, M. Ishaq Nadiri, and Robin C. Sickles (Indiana University; New York University; Rice University).

3. Frontier Production Functions: William H. Greene (New York University).

4. Consumer Demand Systems and Household Equivalance Scales: Arthur Lewbel (Brandeis University).

5. Empirical Analyses of Inequality and Welfare: Esfandiar Maasoumi (Southern Methodist University).

6. Estimating Models of Dynamic Optimization with Microeconomic Data: Robert A. Miller (Carnegie Mellon University).

7. Search Models and Duration Data: George R. Neumann (University of Iowa).

8. Quasi-Likelihood Methods for Count Data: Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (Michigan State University).

9. Analysis of Business Surveys: Klaus F. Zimmerman (University of Munich).

Index.