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## Economics Journal Rankings

Economics Journal Rankings. Below are the top 50 journals in economics based on the rankings of Kalaitzidakis, Mamuneas, and Stengos (2001), sponsored by the European Economics Association. Econometrica. American **Economic** Review.

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### Advanced Econometrics I

**Economic** Inquiry 48, 369–390. Single-Agent Dynamic Models. Aguirregabiria, V. (2010). Another Look at the Identification of Dynamic Discrete Decision Processes: An Application to Retirement Behavior. Journal of Business and **Economic** Statistics 28, 201–218. Aguirregabiria, V. and Mira, P. (2002).

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### Writing, Publishing, and Presenting in Economics

Writing, Publishing, and Presenting in Economics. Writing Tips for Ph.D. Students - A short essay by John Cochrane on presenting results and writing papers. From Manuscript to Publication: A Brief Guide for Economists - John Creedy, Australian **Economic** Review, Vol. 39, No. 1, 103–113 (2006). The Young Economist’s Guide to Professional

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### Reproducibility in Economics

Viewpoint: Replication in Economics . Canadian Journal of Economics 40, 715–733. Koenker, R. and A. Zeileis (2009). On Reproducible Econometric Research . Journal of Applied Econometrics 24, 833–847. McCullough, B. D. (2009). Open Access Economics Journals and the Market for Reproducible **Economic** Research . **Economic** Analysis & Policy 39

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### Elementary Econometrics

The Loss Function Has Been Mislaid: The Rhetoric of Significance Tests American **Economic** Review: Papers and Proceedings 75, 201–205. Hirschfeld, Mary, Robert L. Moore and Eleanor Brown (1999). Exploring the Gender Gap on the GRE Subject Test in Economics Journal of **Economic** Education 26, 3–15.

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### Topics in Microeconometrics

American **Economic** Review 80, Papers and Proceedings, 319–323. Magnac, T. and E. Maurin (2008). Partial Identification in Monotone Binary Models: Discrete Regressors and Interval Data. Review of **Economic** Studies 75, 835–864. Imbens, G., and C. Manski (2004). Confidence Intervals for Partially Identified Parameters. Econometrica 72, 1845–1857.

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### Structural Estimation of Sequential Games of Complete

Blevins, J.R. **Economic** Inquiry 53 (2015), 791-811. Structural Estimation of Sequential Games of Complete Information. Jason R. Blevins **Economic** Inquiry 53 (2015), 791–811.. Payoff comparisons in a 2×2 sequential game of complete information

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### Topics in Microeconometrics

**Economic** Inquiry 48, 369–390. Single-Agent Dynamic Models. Aguirregabiria, V. (2010). Another Look at the Identification of Dynamic Discrete Decision Processes: An Application to Retirement Behavior. Journal of Business and **Economic** Statistics 28, 201–218. Aguirregabiria, V. and Mira, P. (2002).

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### Research Topics in Microeconometrics

American **Economic** Review 80, Papers and Proceedings, 319–323. Magnac, T. and E. Maurin (2008). Partial Identification in Monotone Binary Models: Discrete Regressors and Interval Data. Review of **Economic** Studies 75, 835–864. Imbens, G., and C. Manski (2004). Confidence Intervals for Partially Identified Parameters. Econometrica 72, 1845–1857.

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### Structural Estimation of Sequential Games of Complete

Forthcoming in **Economic** Inquiry Abstract. In models of strategic interaction, there may be important order of entry effects if one player can credibly commit to an action (e.g., entry) before other players. If one esti-mates a simultaneous-move model, then the move-order effects will be confounded with the payoffs.

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### Local NLLS estimation of semi-parametric binary choice models

The Econometrics Journal C 2013 Royal **Economic** Society. Local NLLS estimation 137 difﬁcult to implement, as the objective function can have several local maxima. Horowitz (1992) suggested using the simulated annealing algorithm (Corana et al., 1987, Goffe et al., 1994) to

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### LaTeX CV Template

LaTeX CV Template. The LaTeX template on which my own CV is based is available below and may be used freely by anyone interested in creating their own CV or resume in LaTeX. The template is based on the article class and only requires on standard packages such as hyperref, geometry, and mathpazo. The source code for my own CV is also available

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### Alan Miller's Fortran Software

I have also made available the data set pollute.dat of mortality rates against socio-**economic**, meteorological and pollution variables for 60 statistical areas in the USA. For subset selection using the L1-norm, that is minimizing the sum of absolute residuals, here is toms615.f90 which is a translation of TOMS algorithm 615 to make it ELF90

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### Identification and Estimation of Continuous Time Dynamic

We consider the theoretical, computational, and econometric properties of a class of continuous time dynamic discrete choice games with stochastically sequential moves, recently introduced by Arcidiacono, Bayer, Blevins, and Ellickson (2016, \emph {Review of **Economic** Studies}). We first establish existence of a Markov perfect equilibrium in a

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### Identification and Estimation of Continuous Time Dynamic

Modeling **economic** processes in continuous time dates back at least several decades and includes work in time series econometrics byPhillips(1972, 1973),Sims(1971),Geweke (1978), andGeweke, Marshall, and Zarkin(1986). For longitudinal models,Heckman and Singer(1986) promoted using continuous time models instead of discrete time models

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### Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Choice Models in Continuous

itatively distinct **economic** implications of Wal-Mart’s entry across markets. While there is still some variation across markets, the speciﬁcation without unobserved heterogeneity implies that Wal-Mart’s entry decreases market concentration in every market in the sample

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### A Dynamic Discrete Choice Model of Reverse Mortgage

A Dynamic Discrete Choice Model of Reverse Mortgage Borrower Behavior. Jason R. Blevins, Wei Shi, Donald R. Haurin, and Stephanie Moulton. International **Economic** Review 61, (2020), 1437–1477.. Versions and Availability: Published version (DOI: 10.1111/iere.12470); Working paper (updated April 9, 2020); Abstract.

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### Nonparametric Identification of Dynamic Decision Processes

conditions on the model that can be implied by **economic** theory and assumptions about the data generating process that are likely to be satisﬁed in a typical application. Our analysis is intended to highlight the identifying power of each assumption individually, where possible, and our proofs are constructive in nature.

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### Econ 301 / Fall 2005 Problem Session 5

Explain the **economic** intuition. f. Compare the welfare changes of consumers and producers in the two countries. g. Explain why these results may be misleading from the general equilibrium point of view. 2. Created Date:

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### Nonparametric identification of dynamic decision processes

the model that can be implied by **economic** theory and conditions on the data generat-ing process that are likely to be satisﬁed in a typical application. Models of this kind are routinely estimated in applied microeconomics, particularly in empirical studies in industrial organization and labor economics. Examples include

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### Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Choice Models in Continuous

Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Choice Models in Continuous Time with an Application to Retail Competition. Peter Arcidiacono, Patrick Bayer, Jason R. Blevins, and Paul B. Ellickson. Review of **Economic** Studies 83 (2016), 889–931.. Availability:

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### Aradillas-López and Tamer (2008)

Journal of Business and **Economic** Statistics 26, 261–283. Presentation by Jason Blevins, Duke Applied Microeconometrics Reading Group, December 4, 2007. Introduction. Examines the identification power of Nash equilibrium assumptions. Compare results by dropping Nash equilibrium and using only rationalizability. Three examples are considered:

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### Rothenberg (1971)

Rothenberg (1971) Identification in Parametric Models. These notes are based on the following article: Rothenberg, Thomas J. (1971) Identification in Parametric Models .** Econometrica** 39, 577–591. Given an observed sample, we want to perform inference about an underlying structure. Identification refers to the question of whether such

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### Nested Pseudo Likelihood Estimation of Continuous-Time

Abstract. We introduce a sequential estimator for continuous time dynamic** discrete** choice models (single-agent models and games) by adapting the nested pseudo likelihood (NPL) estimator of Aguirregabiria and Mira (2002, 2007), developed for** discrete time** models with discrete time data, to the continuous time case with data sampled either

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### A Dynamic Discrete Choice Model of Reverse Mortgage

A Dynamic Discrete Choice Model of Reverse Mortgage Borrower Behavior Jason R. Blevins1, Wei Shi2, Donald R. Haurin1, and Stephanie Moulton3 1Department of Economics, The Ohio State University 2Institute for **Economic** and Social Research, Jinan University 3John Glenn College of Public Affairs, The Ohio State University April 9, 2020 Forthcoming at International …

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### Jason R. Blevins: Curriculum Vitae

8.** Blevins,J.R.(2015).StructuralEstimationofSequentialGamesofCompleteInformation.EconomicInquiry53,791–** …

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### Pesendorfer and Schmidt-Dengler (2008)

Pesendorfer and Schmidt-Dengler (2008) These notes are based on the following article: Pesendorfer, Martin and Philipp Schmidt-Dengler (2008). Asymptotic Least Squares Estimators for Dynamic Games. Review of **Economic** Studies 75, 901–928. Presentation by Jason Blevins, Duke University Applied Microeconomics Reading Group, June 11, 2008.

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### Dynamic selection and distributional bounds on search

Although **economic** theory may not guide us in selecting a particular parametric family for σt, it may inform us about its shape. For example, since consumers with higher search costs search fewer stores, their ex ante probability of ﬁnding a sufﬁciently low price may be lower and they may be more likely to delay purchase until next period.

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### Structured Procrastination

Structured Procrastination. February 10, 2007. Every professional procrastinator knows that when a big project deadline looms in the near future, the time is ripe to work on some other project instead. It usually involves something at least marginally productive, such as cleaning the house, or it might involve starting some entirely new project.

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