Ian Crawford

Selected Publications

Aggregation without the aggravation? Nonparametric analysis of the representative consumer

In the tradition of Afriat (1967), Diewert (1973) and Varian (1982), we provide a revealed preference […]

Laurens Cherchye, Ian Crawford, Bram De Rock, Frederic Vermeulen
25 January 2012 | CWP03/12
The age-period cohort problem: set identification and point identification

“Only entropy comes easily” – Anton Chekhov Various methods have been used to overcome the point […]

Martin Browning, Ian Crawford, Marike Knoef
23 January 2012 | CWP02/12
How demanding is the revealed preference approach to demand

A well known problem with revealed preference methods is that when data are found to satisfy […]

Tim Beatty, Ian Crawford
27 June 2010 | CWP17/10

Latest version

How demanding is the revealed preference approach to demand?
Tim Beatty, Ian Crawford
1 October 2011 | Journal Article
A nonparametric analysis of habits models

This paper presents a nonparametric analysis of the canonical habits model. The approach is based on […]

Ian Crawford
1 December 2007 | CWP30/07
Best nonparametric bounds on demand responses

This paper uses revealed preference inequalities to provide tight nonparametric bounds on consumer responses to price […]

Richard Blundell, Martin Browning, Ian Crawford
13 October 2005 | CWP12/05
Nonparametric methods for the characteristic model

Characteristics models have been found to be useful in many areas ofeconomics. However, their empirical implementation […]

Laura Blow, Martin Browning, Ian Crawford
14 December 2004 | CWP18/04
Necessary and sufficient conditions for latent separability

This paper extends the nonparametric methods developed by Samuelson (1948), Houthakker (1950), Afriat (1973), Diewert (1973) […]

Ian Crawford
1 February 2004 | CWP02/04