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The cemmap working paper series publishes papers expanding the frontiers of knowledge in microdata methods and practice. Martin Weidner is the editor of the working paper series.

2018 working papers

September 2018
CWP55/18
September 2018
CWP54/18
September 2018
CWP53/18
September 2018
CWP52/18
Joel L. Horowitz
Previous version:
Joel L. Horowitz October 2017, Non-asymptotic inference in instrumental variables estimation, cemmap Working Paper , CWP46/17
August 2018
CWP51/18
August 2018
CWP50/18
Yoichi Arai, Yu-Chin Hsu, Toru Kitagawa, Ismael Mourifié and Yuanyuan Wan
July 2018
CWP49/18
Susanne M. Schennach
Previous version:
Susanne M. Schennach April 2013, Long memory via networking, cemmap Working Paper , CWP13/13
July 2018
CWP48/18
Paulo Parente and Richard J. Smith
July 2018
CWP47/18
Vitaliy Oryshchenko and Richard J. Smith
July 2018
CWP46/18
Tiemen M. Woutersen and Jerry Hausman
July 2018
CWP45/18
July 2018
CWP44/18
Koen Jochmans and Martin Weidner
Previous version:
Koen Jochmans and Martin Weidner May 2017, Fixed-effect regressions on network data, cemmap Working Paper , CWP26/17
July 2018
CWP43/18
July 2018
CWP42/18
July 2018
CWP41/18
Victor Chernozhukov, Denis Nekipelov, Vira Semenova and Vasilis Syrgkanis
July 2018
CWP39/18
Roberta De Filippis, Antonio Guarino, Philippe Jehiel and Toru Kitagawa
July 2018
CWP38/18
Mingli Chen, Ivan Fernandez-Val and Martin Weidner
July 2018
CWP37/18
June 2018
CWP36/18
Victor Chernozhukov, Wolfgang Härdle, Chen Huang and Weining Wang
June 2018
CWP35/18
Alexandre Belloni, Victor Chernozhukov, Denis Chetverikov, Christian Hansen and Kengo Kato
June 2018
CWP34/18
Sokbae (Simon) Lee and Bernard Salanie
Previous version:
Sokbae (Simon) Lee and Bernard Salanie December 2015, Identifying effects of multivalued treatments, cemmap Working Paper , CWP72/15
June 2018
CWP33/18
Alex Armand, Orazio Attanasio, Pedro Carneiro and Valérie Lechene
Previous version:
Alex Armand, Orazio Attanasio, Pedro Carneiro and Valérie Lechene August 2016, The effect of gender-targeted conditional cash transfers on household expenditures: Evidence from a randomized experiment, cemmap Working Paper , W16/14
May 2018
CWP31/18
Isaiah Andrews, Toru Kitagawa and Adam McCloskey
April 2018
CWP30/18
Victor Chernozhukov, Juan Carlos Escanciano, Hidehiko Ichimura, Whitney K. Newey and James M. Robins
Previous version:
Victor Chernozhukov, Juan Carlos Escanciano, Hidehiko Ichimura and Whitney K. Newey August 2016, Locally robust semiparametric estimation, cemmap Working Paper , CWP31/16
April 2018
CWP28/18
Toru Kitagawa, Martin Nybom and Jan Stuhler
April 2018
CWP27/18
Ivan A. Canay, Andres Santos and Azeem M. Shaikh
April 2018
CWP26/18
April 2018
CWP25/18
Richard Spady and Sami Stouli
April 2018
CWP24/18
Denis Chetverikov, Daniel Wilhelm and Dongwoo Kim
March 2018
CWP23/18
March 2018
CWP22/18
Ivan Fernandez-Val and Martin Weidner
Previous version:
Ivan Fernandez-Val and Martin Weidner October 2017, Fixed effect estimation of large T panel data models, cemmap Working Paper , CWP42/17
March 2018
CWP21/18
Victor Chernozhukov, Ivan Fernandez-Val and Martin Weidner
March 2018
CWP19/18
Sung Jae Jun and Sokbae (Simon) Lee
March 2018
CWP18/18
March 2018
CWP17/18
March 2018
CWP16/18
March 2018
CWP15/18
Victor Chernozhukov, Whitney K. Newey and James Robins
February 2018
CWP14/18
Koen Jochmans and Martin Weidner
February 2018
CWP13/18
Federico A. Bugni and Jackson Bunting
February 2018
CWP12/18
February 2018
CWP11/18
February 2018
CWP10/18
Ivan Fernandez-Val, Aico van Vuuren and Francis Vella
January 2018
CWP09/18
January 2018
CWP08/18
January 2018
CWP07/18
Shujie Ma, Oliver Linton and Jiti Gao
January 2018
CWP06/18
Oliver Linton and Soheil Mahmoodzadeh
January 2018
CWP05/18
January 2018
CWP04/18
Chaohua Dong, Jiti Gao and Oliver Linton
January 2018
CWP02/18

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