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About the Author
Dr. Leamer has published over 100 articles and 4 books . This research has been supported by continuous grants for over 25 years from the National Science Foundation, the Sloan Foundation and the Russell Sage Foundation. His research papers in econometrics have been collected in Sturdy Econometrics, published in the Edward Elgar Series of Economists of the 20th Century. His research in international economics and econometric methodology has been discussed in a chapter written by Herman Leonard and Keith Maskus in New Horizons in Economic Thought: Appraisals of Leading Economists.
Recent research interests of Professor Leamer include the North American Free Trade Agreement, the dismantling of the Swedish welfare state, the economic integration of Eastern Europe, Taiwan and the Mainland, and the impact of globalization on the U.S. economy.
Table of ContentsNonparametric Approaches to Auctions (Susan Athey and Philip Haile)
Intertemporal Substitution and Risk Aversion (Lars Hansen , John Heaton, Nikolai Roussanov and Junghoon Lee)
A Practitioner's Approach to Estimating Intertemporal Relationships Using Longitudinal Data: Lessons from Applications in Wage Dynamics (Thomas MaCurdy)
Econometric Tools for Analyzing Market Outcomes (Daniel Ackerberg, Lanier Benkard, Steven Berry and Ariel Pakes)
Structural Econometric Modeling: Rationales and Examples from Industrial Organization (Peter Reiss and Frank Wolak)
Microeconometric Models of Investment and Employment (Stephen Bond and John Van Reenen)
The Measurement of Productivity for Nations (Erwin Diewert and Alice Nakamura)
Linking the Theory with the Data: That's the Core Problem of International Economics (Edward Leamer)
Models of Aggregate Economic Relationships that Account for Heterogeneity (Richard Blundell and Thomas Stoker)
Estimation and Specification in Labor Supply and Consumption Models (Richard Blundell, Thomas MaCurdy, and Costas Meghir)