Research Staff

Lars Nesheim

cemmap and UCL

Lars Nesheim is a Professor of Economics at UCL and Co-Director of the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (cemmap). He teaches industrial organization, econometrics and urban economics. His research interests focus on structural econometrics, computational economics, industrial organization, urban economics, economic dynamics and hedonic models. He is an academic advisor to the Competition Commission, to OFCOM, and to KPMG.

Selected Publications

Identification and estimation of hedonic models
Ivar Ekeland, James Heckman, Lars Nesheim
1 January 2004 | Journal Article

Previous version

Identification and estimation of hedonic models
Ivar Ekeland, James Heckman, Lars Nesheim
1 January 2002 | CWP07/02
Identifying hedonic models
Ivar Ekeland, James Heckman, Lars Nesheim
1 May 2002 | Journal Article

Previous version

Identifying hedonic models
Ivar Ekeland, James Heckman, Lars Nesheim
1 January 2002 | CWP06/02
Identifying hedonic models

Economic models for hedonic markets characterize the pricing of bundles of attributes and the demand and […]

Ivar Ekeland, James Heckman, Lars Nesheim
1 May 2002 | Journal Article
Equilibrium sorting of heterogeneous consumers across locations: theory and empirical implications

This paper develops a model in which a continuum of consumers choose froma continuum of locations […]

Lars Nesheim
1 March 2002 | CWP08/02
Identification and estimation of hedonic models

This paper considers the identification and estimation of hedonic models. We establish that technology and preferences […]

Ivar Ekeland, James Heckman, Lars Nesheim
1 January 2002 | CWP07/02

Latest version

Identification and estimation of hedonic models
Ivar Ekeland, James Heckman, Lars Nesheim
1 January 2004 | Journal Article
Identifying hedonic models

Economic models for hedonic markets characterize the pricing of bundles of attributes and the demand and […]

Ivar Ekeland, James Heckman, Lars Nesheim
1 January 2002 | CWP06/02

Latest version

Identifying hedonic models
Ivar Ekeland, James Heckman, Lars Nesheim
1 May 2002 | Journal Article