Research Staff

Adam Rosen

Duke University

Adam is a Professor of Economics at Duke University and an international research fellow associated with the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (cemmap) at IFS and UCL. His research interests are in microeconometrics and empirical microeconomics.

Selected Publications

An instrumental variable model of multiple discrete choice

This paper studies identification of latent utility functions in multiple discrete choice models in which there […]

Andrew Chesher, Adam Rosen, Konrad Smolinski
11 February 2011 | CWP06/11

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An instrumental variable model of multiple discrete choice
Andrew Chesher, Adam Rosen, Konrad Smolinski
22 December 2011 | CWP39/11
Set identification via quantile restrictions in short panels

This paper studies the identifying power of conditional quantile restrictions in short panels with fixed effects. […]

Adam Rosen
16 September 2009 | CWP26/09

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Set identification via quantile restrictions in short panels
Adam Rosen
31 January 2012 | Journal Article
Intersection Bounds: estimation and inference

We develop a practical and novel method for inference on intersection bounds, namely bounds defined by […]

Victor Chernozhukov, Sokbae (Simon) Lee, Adam Rosen
28 July 2009 | CWP19/09

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Intersection bounds: estimation and inference
Victor Chernozhukov, Sokbae (Simon) Lee, Adam Rosen
17 October 2012 | CWP33/12
Identification with imperfect instruments

Dealing with endogenous regressors is a central challenge of applied research. The standard solution is to […]

Aviv Nevo, Adam Rosen
27 June 2008 | CWP16/08

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Identification with imperfect instruments
Aviv Nevo, Adam Rosen
31 July 2012 | Journal Article
Identification and estimation of firms’ marginal cost functions with incomplete knowledge of strategic behavior

In this paper I develop a new approach for identification and estimation of the parameters of […]

Adam Rosen
2 February 2007 | CWP03/07
Confidence sets for partially identified parameters that satisfy a finite number of moment inequalities

This paper proposes a new way to construct confidence sets for a parameter of interest in […]

Adam Rosen
11 December 2006 | CWP25/06

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