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Lars Nesheim

Senior Research Economist
Education

PhD Economics, The University of Chicago, 2001
BA (magna cum laude) Economics, Columbia University, New York, 1993

Biography

Lars Nesheim is a Reader in Economics at UCL and Co-Director of the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (cemmap).

After obtaining his PhD from the University of Chicago in 2001, he worked for 2 years at the Institute for Fiscal Studies before joining the Department of Economics at UCL in 2003. He teaches industrial organization, econometrics and urban economics.

His research interests focus on structural econometrics, computational economics, industrial organization, urban economics, economic dynamics and hedonic models. Since 2007 he has been an Academic Panelist for the Competition Commission providing advice to Commission staff on competition economics.

Selected publications

  

All available outputs

Income effects and the welfare consequences of tax in differentiated product oligopoly, June 2015, Working Paper, CWP23/15, Institute for Fiscal Studies
Hedonic methods for baskets of goods, May 2013, Economics Letters, Elsevier, Journal Articles
Modelling the demand for housing over the lifecycle, January 2012, Review of Economic Dynamics, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 1-18, Elsevier, Journal Articles
Regression Analysis, October 2011, Presentations
Reserve price effects in auctions: estimates from multiple RD designs, June 2011, Working Paper, Institute for Fiscal Studies
Estimating households' willingness to pay, August 2010, Working Paper, CWP24/10
Nonparametric estimation of nonadditive hedonic models, July 2010, Econometrica, Wiley, Journal Articles
Previous version:
Lars Nesheim March 2005, Nonparametric estimation of nonadditive hedonic models, cemmap Working Paper, CWP03/05
Hedonic price equilibria, stable matching, and optimal transport: equivalence, topology, and uniqueness, February 2010, Economic Theory, Vol. 42, No. 2, pp. 317-354, Journal Articles
Previous version:
Workshop on the economics of demand, May 2009, Presentations
Dynamic housing expenditures and household welfare, January 2009, Working Paper, CWP04/09
Stores and shopping baskets, January 2009, Conference Papers
Household willingness to pay for organic products, July 2008, Working Paper, CWP18/08
Hedonic price functions, September 2006, Working Paper, CWP18/06
Nonparametric estimation of nonadditive hedonic models, March 2005, Working Paper, CWP03/05
Now published:
Lars Nesheim July 2010, Nonparametric estimation of nonadditive hedonic models, Journal Articles, Wiley
Simulation and estimation of hedonic models, January 2005, forthcoming in <I>Frontiers of Applied General Equilibrium Modeling: Essays in HoNour of Herbert Scarf</I>, Book Chapters
Identification and estimation of hedonic models, January 2004, Journal of Political Economy, 112 (S1): S60-S109, Journal Articles
Previous version:
Lars Nesheim January 2002, Identification and estimation of hedonic models, cemmap Working Paper, CWP07/02
Identification and estimation of hedonic models, January 2004, Journal of Political Economy, 112 (S1), pp. S60-S109, Journal Articles
Identifying hedonic models, May 2002, American Economic Review, Vol. 92, No. 2, pp. 304-309, American Economic Association, Journal Articles
Previous version:
Lars Nesheim January 2002, Identifying hedonic models, cemmap Working Paper, CWP06/02
Identifying hedonic models, May 2002, American Economic Review, Vol. 92, No. 2, pp. 304-309, Journal Articles
Identification and estimation of hedonic models, January 2002, Working Paper, CWP07/02
Now published:
Lars Nesheim January 2004, Identification and estimation of hedonic models, Journal Articles
Identifying hedonic models, January 2002, Working Paper, CWP06/02
Now published:
Lars Nesheim May 2002, Identifying hedonic models, Journal Articles, American Economic Association

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