Le-Yu is a PhD scholar in the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice. His research interests are in econometric theories and applications. He is currently working on identification and estimation of dynamic discrete choice models, specification test of multiple inequality constraints, and identification of continuous treatment models.
Hypothesis testing of multiple inequalities: the method of constraint chaining
Econometric inequality hypotheses arise in diverse ways. Examples include concavity restrictions on technological and behavioural functions, […]
Identification of structural dynamic discrete choice models
This paper presents new identification results for the class of structural dynamic discrete choice models that […]
Semiparametric identification of structural dynamic optimal stopping time models
This paper presents new identification results for the class of structural dynamic optimal stopping time models […]