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Born to run: coordination failure and the role of expectations in experimental withdrawal games

We run an experiment about a coordination game dealing with a strategic approach to bank run. We vary the size of the banks but keep fixed the tightness of the coordination problem faced by depositors. We explore the determinants of both the …

Health Status and the Great Recession. Evidence from Electronic Health Records

We investigate the health impacts of unemployment during the Great Recession and are the first to focus on incidence of chronic diseases in a unique individual-level longitudinal database of Electronic Health Records. We exploit the exogenous shock …

Imposing monotonicity in stochastic frontier models: an iterative nonlinear least squares procedure

Despite its importance, the monotonicity condition is typically overlooked in stochastic frontier analysis. This article illustrates a straightforward and useful method for the estimation of semiparametric stochastic frontier models imposing such …

Simultaneous bandwidths determination for DK-HAC estimators and long-run variance estimation in nonparametric settings

We consider the derivation of data-dependent simultaneous bandwidths for double kernel heteroskedasticity and autocorrelation consistent (DK-HAC) estimators. In addition to the usual smoothing over lagged autocovariances for classical HAC estimators, …