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Advances in economics and econometrics: eleventh world congress volume I and II

Contributor(s): Honore, Bo [Editor] | Pakes, Ariel [Editor] | Piazzesi, Monika [Editor] | Samuelson, Larry [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Econometric society monographs. Publisher: New York Cambridge University Press 2017Description: xi, 367 p. With index.ISBN: 9781108227254 (Set of 2 volumes); 9781108400008 (vol.1); 9781108400022 (vol.2).Subject(s): Economics | Econometrics | Networks - Economics | Economic researchDDC classification: 330​.01​5195 Summary: This is the first of two volumes containing papers and commentaries presented at the Eleventh World Congress of the Econometric Society, held in Montreal, Canada in August 2015. These papers provide state-of-the-art guides to the most important recent research in economics. The book includes surveys and interpretations of key developments in economics and econometrics, and discussion of future directions for a wide variety of topics, covering both theory and application. These volumes provide a unique, accessible survey of progress on the discipline, written by leading specialists in their fields. The first volume includes theoretical and applied papers addressing topics such as dynamic mechanism design, agency problems, and networks. https://assets.cambridge.org/97813165/10520/toc/9781316510520_toc.pdf This is the second of two volumes containing papers and commentaries presented at the Eleventh World Congress of the Econometric Society, held in Montreal, Canada in August 2015. These papers provide state-of-the-art guides to the most important recent research in economics. The book includes surveys and interpretations of key developments in economics and econometrics, and discussion of future directions for a wide variety of topics, covering both theory and application. These volumes provide a unique, accessible survey of progress on the discipline, written by leading specialists in their fields. The second volume addresses topics such as big data, macroeconomics, financial markets, and partially identified models. https://assets.cambridge.org/97811084/14982/toc/9781108414982_toc.pdf
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Table of Contents

1. Dynamic mechanism design: robustness and endogenous types Alessandro Pavan
2. Learning, experimentation and information design Johannes Hörner and Andrzej Skrzypacz
3. Dynamic selection and reclassification risk: theory and empirics Igal Hendel
4. Discussion of 'agency problems' Bernard Salanie
5. Recent developments in matching theory and their practical applications Fuhito Kojima
6. What really matters in designing school choice mechanisms Parag A. Pathak
7. Networks and markets Sanjeev Goyal
8. Econometrics of network models Áureo de Paula
9. Networks in economics: remarks Rachel E. Kranton.


Table of Contents

1. Opportunities and challenges: lessons from analyzing terabytes of scanner data Serena Ng
2. Is big data a big deal for applied microeconomics Jesse M. Shapiro
3. Low-frequency econometrics Ulrich K. Müller and Mark W. Watson
4. Shocks, sign restrictions and identification Harald Uhlig
5. Macroeconometrics - A Discussion - Prank Schorfheide
6. On the distribution of the welfare losses of large recessions Dirk Krueger, Kurt Mitman and Fabrizio Peeri
7. Computing equilibria in dynamic stochastic macro-models with heterogeneous agents Johannes Brumm, Felix Kubler and Simon Scheidegger
8. Recent advances in empirical analysis of financial markets: industrial organization meets finance Jakub Kastl
9. Practical and theoretical advances in inference for partially identified models Ivan A. Canay and Azeem M. Shaikh
10. Partial identification in applied research: benefits and challenges Kate Ho and Adam M. Rosen.



This is the first of two volumes containing papers and commentaries presented at the Eleventh World Congress of the Econometric Society, held in Montreal, Canada in August 2015. These papers provide state-of-the-art guides to the most important recent research in economics. The book includes surveys and interpretations of key developments in economics and econometrics, and discussion of future directions for a wide variety of topics, covering both theory and application. These volumes provide a unique, accessible survey of progress on the discipline, written by leading specialists in their fields. The first volume includes theoretical and applied papers addressing topics such as dynamic mechanism design, agency problems, and networks.

https://assets.cambridge.org/97813165/10520/toc/9781316510520_toc.pdf



This is the second of two volumes containing papers and commentaries presented at the Eleventh World Congress of the Econometric Society, held in Montreal, Canada in August 2015. These papers provide state-of-the-art guides to the most important recent research in economics. The book includes surveys and interpretations of key developments in economics and econometrics, and discussion of future directions for a wide variety of topics, covering both theory and application. These volumes provide a unique, accessible survey of progress on the discipline, written by leading specialists in their fields. The second volume addresses topics such as big data, macroeconomics, financial markets, and partially identified models.

https://assets.cambridge.org/97811084/14982/toc/9781108414982_toc.pdf

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