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ESTIMATING FEATURES OF A DISTRIBUTION FROM BINOMIAL DATA
Arthur Lewbel, Oliver Linton and DL McFadden
A statistical problem that arises in several fields is that of estimating the features of an unknown distribution, which may be conditioned on covariates, using a sample of binomial observations on whether draws from thi...Read more...
Economics of Industry Paper
DIFFERENTIAL MERGER EFFECTS: The Case of the Personal Computer Industry
This paper examines how information on the purchasing patterns of different customer segments can be used to more accurately evaluate the economic impact of mergers. Using a detailed dataset for the leading manufacturers...Read more...
Limit Theorems for Estimating the Parameters of Differentiated Product Demand Systems
Steve Berry, Oliver Linton and Ariel Pakes
We provide an asymptotic distribution theory for a class of Generalized Method of Moments estimators that arise in the study of differentiated product markets when the number of observations is associated with the number...Read more...
Choosing Between Two Income Distribution Models with Contaminated Data, (revised version published in the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Serie B, 15 (1997), pp. 715-727)
Choosing between two income distribution models typically involves testing two non-tested hypotheses, that is hypotheses such that one cannot be obtained as a special or limiting case of the other. Cox (1961, 1962) propo...Read more...