Advances in microeconometrics


Sokbae (Simon) Lee, Hidehiko Ichimura, Andrew Chesher

Date & Time

From: 15 August 2016
Until: 16 August 2016




Doshisha University, Kyoto
Kyoto-shi 602-8580

This conference is organised by Andrew Chesher (UCL), Hidehiko Ichimura (U Tokyo) and Sokbae Lee (Seoul National University).

Local Organiser: Tadashi Yagi (Doshisha University)

Registration details and further event information will be available in the coming months. This conference follows the 2016 Asia Meeting of the Econometric Society which will also take place at Doshisha University.

This event is supported by the British Academy International Partnership and Mobility Programme.


Day 1, 15 August 2016
9:00-10:00 Registration
10:00-11:30 Session 1 (session chair: Hidehiko Ichimura)
John Ham “On the Estimation and Use of Dynamic Treatment Effects”
Toru Kitagawa “Estimation under Ambiguity”
11:30-12:00 Break
12:00-12:45 Session 2 (session chair: Simon Lee)
Katsumi Shimotsu “Testing the Number of Regimes in Markov Regime Switching”
12:45-14:15 lunch
14:15-15:00 Session 3 (session chair: Yoshihiko Nishiyama)
Daniel Wilhelm To be announced
15:00 – 15:30 Break
15:30-17:00 Session 4 (session chair: Kamhon Kan)
Ying-Ying Lee “Welfare Analysis for Discrete Choice with Interval-data on Income”
Chris Muris “Efficient GMM estimation with incomplete data”
Day 2, 16 August 2016
10:00-11:30 Session 5 (session chair: Donald Andrews)
Andriy Norets “Optimal retrospective sampling for class of variable dimension”
Kyungchul Song “Local Information Sharing among Many Agents and Econometric Inference”
11:30-12:00 Break
12:00-12:45 Session 6 (session chair: Kengo Kato)
Hiroaki Kaido “Robust Likelihood-ratio Tests for Incomplete Economic Models”
12:45-14:15 Lunch
14:15-15:00 Session 7 (session chair: Kyoo il Kim)
Aleksey Tetenov “Equality-Minded Treatment Choice”
15:00-15:30 Break
15:30 – 17:00 Session 8 (session chair: Andrew Chesher)
Yuya Sasaki “Causal Inference by Quantile Regression Kink Designs”
Anders Bredahl Kock “Multiarmed bandits and optimal dynamic treatment allocation”