Robert Miller (Carnegie Mellon University)
Martin Weidner to give keynote speech
Bristol Econometric Study Group
Shape restrictions have played a central role in economics as both testable implications of theory and… Continue reading.
Consider a setting where N players, partitioned into K observable types, form a directed network. Agents’… Continue reading.
This paper develops a novel method for policy choice in a dynamic setting where the available… Continue reading.
We develop a framework for difference-in-differences designs with staggered treatment adoption and heterogeneous causal effects. We… Continue reading.