Frank is a Professor and the Edmond Villani Chair in Economics in the Economics Department at Georgetown University. His field of research is in the development and application of microeconometric methods.
We analyze the sources of changes in the distribution of hourly wages in the United States […]
We consider identiﬁcation and estimation of nonseparable sample selection models with censored selection rules. We employ […]
This paper introduces two classes of semiparametric triangular systems with nonadditively separable unobserved heterogeneity. They are […]
This paper addresses the estimation of a semiparametric sample selection index model where both the selection […]
This paper introduces large-T bias-corrected estimators for nonlinear panel data models with both time invariant and […]
This paper provides a control function estimator to adjust for endogeneity in the triangular simultaneous equations […]
This paper introduces bias-corrected estimators for nonlinear panel data models with both time invariant and time […]