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Advances in Economics and Econometrics

Advances in Economics and Econometrics
Theory and Applications, Eleventh World Congress
2 Paperback Volume Set

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Alessandro Pavan, Johannes Hörner, Andrzej Skrzypacz, Igal Hendel, Bernard Salanie, Fuhito Kojima, Parag A. Pathak, Sanjeev Goyal, Áureo de Paula, Rachel E. Kranton, Serena Ng, Jesse M. Shapiro, Ulrich K. Müller, Mark W. Watson, Harald Uhlig, Dirk Krueger, Kurt Mitman, Fabrizio Peeri, Johannes Brumm, Felix Kubler, Simon Scheidegger, Jakub Kastl, Ivan A. Canay, Azeem M. Shaikh, Kate Ho, Adam M. Rosen
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  • Date Published: November 2017
  • availability: Not yet published - available from January 2018
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9781108227254

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  • These are the two volumes containing papers and commentaries presented at the Eleventh World Congress of the Econometric Society, held in Montreal, Canada in August 2015. The papers provide state-of-the-art guides to the most important recent research in economics. Written by the leading specialists in their fields, these volumes include 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. The first volume includes theoretical and applied papers addressing topics such as dynamic mechanism design, agency problems, and networks. The second volume addresses topics such as big data, macroeconomics, financial markets, and partially identified models.

    • Provides summative statements of key topics in recent economic research
    • Offers valuable entry points into the literature
    • The papers serve as introductions to the relevant techniques in the area
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    Reviews & endorsements

    Advance praise: 'These volumes live up to the standard set by previous Econometric Society World Congress volumes in leading debates about research in economics and econometrics. One of the highlights of the Econometric Society World Congress is the opportunity that it gives for cutting-edge appraisals of the knowledge presented by leaders in their field. This is an important resource for anyone who wants to get up to speed on the topics covered or learn from another expert's take on these important issues.' Timothy Besley, London School of Economics and Political Science

    Advance praise: 'Every five years there is a world congress of the Econometric Society and every five years plenary talks and papers by leading researchers represent the state of economic research. Collected together in these volumes are those papers from the 11th congress in Montreal from 2015. Editors Bo Honoré, Ariel Pakes, Monika Piazzesi, and Larry Samuelson have identified the most exciting areas of current economic research and the top scholars in those areas to talk and write about them.' Stephen Morris, Princeton University, New Jersey

    Advance praise: 'This collection of papers provides in-depth reviews of recent advances in many areas of economics. It will be very useful for researchers, graduate students, and instructors of advanced graduate classes.' Drew Fudenberg, Paul A. Samuelson Professor of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and President of the Econometric Society 2017

    Advance praise: 'This manuscript collects the invited talks from the 2015 World Congress of the Econometric Society. The authors are leaders in their respective fields, and their talks provide a valuable overview of recent research. The collected papers emphasize the connection between theory and empirical practice.' Robert Porter, William R. Kenan, Jr Professor of Economics, Northwestern University, Illinois

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    • Date Published: November 2017
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9781108227254
    • dimensions: 232 x 167 x 40 mm
    • weight: 0.99kg
    • availability: Not yet published - available from January 2018
  • Table of Contents

    Volume 2:
    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. Volume 2:
    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. On the distribution of the welfare losses of large recessions Dirk Krueger, Kurt Mitman and Fabrizio Peeri
    6. Computing equilibria in dynamic stochastic macro-models with heterogeneous agents Johannes Brumm, Felix Kubler and Simon Scheidegger
    7. Recent advances in empirical analysis of financial markets: industrial organization meets finance Jakub Kastl
    8. Practical and theoretical advances in inference for partially identified models Ivan A. Canay and Azeem M. Shaikh
    9. Partial identification in applied research: benefits and challenges Kate Ho and Adam M. Rosen.

  • Editors

    Bo Honoré, Princeton University, New Jersey
    Bo Honoré is Class of 1913 Professor of Political Economy and Professor of Economics at Princeton University, New Jersey. He is Director of the Gregory C. Chow Econometric Research Program at Princeton University, and was formerly a member of the Board of Trustees of the Danish National Research Foundation. Honoré is a Fellow of the Econometric Society and conducts research in econometrics.

    Ariel Pakes, Harvard University, Massachusetts
    Ariel Pakes is the Thomas Professor of Economics at Harvard University, Massachusetts. His research has been in industrial organisation, the economics of technological change, and in econometric theory. He is a fellow of the Econometric Society, and received the Frisch Medal of the Econometric Society in 1986. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the 2007 Distinguished Fellow of the Industrial Organization Society.

    Monika Piazzesi, Stanford University, California
    Monika Piazzesi is the Joan Kenney Professor of Economics at Stanford University, California, and is also the Program Director of the National Bureau of Economic Research Asset Pricing Group. She conducts research in finance and macroeconomics, and is a fellow of the Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Econometric Society, and the Society of Financial Econometrics.

    Larry Samuelson, Yale University, Connecticut
    Larry Samuelson is the A. Douglas Melamed Professor of Economics at Yale University, Connecticut, where he is also Director of the Cowles Foundation. His research is in economic theory, with an emphasis on game theory. He has served as a co-editor of Econometrica and the American Economic Review.

    Contributors

    Alessandro Pavan, Johannes Hörner, Andrzej Skrzypacz, Igal Hendel, Bernard Salanie, Fuhito Kojima, Parag A. Pathak, Sanjeev Goyal, Áureo de Paula, Rachel E. Kranton, Serena Ng, Jesse M. Shapiro, Ulrich K. Müller, Mark W. Watson, Harald Uhlig, Dirk Krueger, Kurt Mitman, Fabrizio Peeri, Johannes Brumm, Felix Kubler, Simon Scheidegger, Jakub Kastl, Ivan A. Canay, Azeem M. Shaikh, Kate Ho, Adam M. Rosen

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