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  • Discussion paper - Tinbergen
    About About Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Discussion paper Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2016 9 2015 140 2014 157 2013 211 2012 146 2011 182 2010 129 2009 113 2008 120 2007 101 2006 113 2005 122 2004 135 2003 102 2002 126 2001 122 2000 124 1999 95 1998 130 1997 135 1996 16 Article In Defense of Trusts R D Cooperation in Global Perspective PDF File 13 045 II 2013 03 15 2016 01 22 Author s Jeroen Hinloopen University of Amsterdam Grega Smrkolj University of Amsterdam Florian Wagener University of Amsterdam Keywords Antitrust policy Bifurcations Collusion R D cooperatives Spillovers JEL codes D43 D92 L13 L41 O31 O38 We present a continuous time generalization of the seminal R D model of d Aspremont and Jacquemin American Economic Review Vol 78 No 5 to examine the trade off between the benefits of allowing firms to cooperate in R D and the corresponding increased potential for product market

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  • UvA-Econometrics Panel Data Workshop - Tinbergen
    Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home News UvA Econometrics Panel Data Workshop Local navigation List by Research Group Behavioral and Experimental Economics 45 Organizations and Markets 43 Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics 32 Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems 23 Econometrics and Operations Research 49 Finance 68 Labor Health Education and Development 26 Macroeconomics and International Economics 34 Show all 346 List by subject No subjects available Show all 346 News archive 2012 1 2013 93 2014 120 2015 118 2016 15 Show all 346 Article UvA Econometrics Panel Data Workshop Fellow Maurice Bun is organizing a workshop on panel data on March 11 12 at the Amsterdam School of Economics The aim of the workshop is to gather economists and econometricians who are using or developing panel data methods Because of its ability to control for unobserved heterogeneity usage of panel data has become increasingly popular in applied economic research However in certain instances there still remain issues with the validity of panel data methods Examples of these are endogenous policy interventions dynamic adjustment processes weak identification non linearity and the modeling of heterogeneous causal effects View here for more

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/news/uva-econometrics-panel-data-workshop-2/ (2016-02-06)
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  • TI Alumnus Artūras Juodis wins the 2015 Joop Hartog Dissertation Award - Tinbergen
    Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home News TI Alumnus Artūras Juodis wins the 2015 Joop Hartog Dissertation Award Local navigation List by Research Group Behavioral and Experimental Economics 45 Organizations and Markets 43 Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics 32 Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems 23 Econometrics and Operations Research 49 Finance 68 Labor Health Education and Development 26 Macroeconomics and International Economics 34 Show all 346 List by subject No subjects available Show all 346 News archive 2012 1 2013 93 2014 120 2015 118 2016 15 Show all 346 Article TI Alumnus Artūras Juodis wins the 2015 Joop Hartog Dissertation Award TI congratulates TI alumnus Artūras Juodis who has been awarded the annual Joop Hartog Dissertation Prize for his PhD thesis Essays in Panel Data Modelling The thesis was carried out under the supervision of fellows Peter Boswijk and Maurice Bun This year s jury which consisted of fellow Joop Hartog Casper van Ewijk and fellow Frank Kleibergen presented the prize to Artūras at University of Amsterdam on January 14 2016 In addition to the award Juodis also received a cheque of 2 500 and a medal The Joop Hartog thesis prize was founded founded in 2007 to mark Joop Hartog s 25 years as a professor of Microeconomics at the Faculty of Economics and Business The award is given for the best PhD thesis at the Amsterdam School of Economics during the past two calendar years Artūras is an alumnus of the TI MPhil program 2012 cum laude His research interests lie in the areas of econometric theory econometrics panel data and microeconometrics He is currently an Assistant Professor in Economics with focus on Econometrics at University of Groningen Related Content Upcoming

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/news/arturas-juodis-awarded-joop-hartog-thesis-prize-2015/ (2016-02-06)
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  • Wall Street Journal picked up Paper TI Researchers on Number Preferences - Tinbergen
    Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home News Wall Street Journal picked up Paper TI Researchers on Number Preferences Local navigation List by Research Group Behavioral and Experimental Economics 45 Organizations and Markets 43 Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics 32 Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems 23 Econometrics and Operations Research 49 Finance 68 Labor Health Education and Development 26 Macroeconomics and International Economics 34 Show all 346 List by subject No subjects available Show all 346 News archive 2012 1 2013 93 2014 120 2015 118 2016 15 Show all 346 Article Wall Street Journal picked up Paper TI Researchers on Number Preferences The Wall Street Journal has picked up the Number Preferences in Lotteries paper written by TI fellow Martijn van den Assem TI alumni Dennie van Dolder University of Nottingham Rogier Potter van Loon EUR and TI PhD student Tong Wang The column In Lotteries Luck Number Will Only Win You Less will appear in tomorrow s WSJ print edition The papers by the TI researchers is available on SSRN Abstract Paper We explore people s preferences for numbers in large proprietary data sets from two different lottery games We find that players spread their four or six numbers relatively evenly across the possible range and that they chase infrequent players or avoid frequent players winning numbers from recent draws Furthermore players are attracted towards numbers in the center of the choice form and avoid the edges and they tend to choose numbers that are readily available or likely to be primed in their short term memory Personally relevant numbers are favored and combinations of numbers are being formed with an eye for symmetry and aesthetics Altogether our results suggest that number preferences in lotteries are especially driven by joy seeking

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/news/wall-street-journal-picked-paper-ti-fellows-number-preferences/ (2016-02-06)
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  • Frank Kleibergen en Siem Jan Koopman elected Fellows of SoFiE - Tinbergen
    by Research Group Behavioral and Experimental Economics 45 Organizations and Markets 43 Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics 32 Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems 23 Econometrics and Operations Research 49 Finance 68 Labor Health Education and Development 26 Macroeconomics and International Economics 34 Show all 346 List by subject No subjects available Show all 346 News archive 2012 1 2013 93 2014 120 2015 118 2016 15 Show all 346 Article Frank Kleibergen en Siem Jan Koopman elected Fellows of SoFiE Frank Kleibergen Siem Jan Koopman TI fellows Siem Jan Koopman VU and Frank Kleibergen UvA are elected Fellows of the Society of Financial Econometrics SoFiE Each year the SoFiE Council elects several SoFiE Fellows in recognition of their outstanding contributions to financial econometrics SoFiE is hosted by NYU Stern About SoFIE The Society for Financial Econometrics SoFiE is a global network of academics and practitioners dedicated to sharing research and ideas in the fast growing field of financial econometrics It is an independent non profit membership organization currently housed at New York University SoFiE is committed to promoting and expanding research and education by organizing and sponsoring conferences programs and activities at the intersection of finance and econometrics

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  • Numerically Accelerated Importance Sampling for Nonlinear Non-Gaussian State Space Models - Tinbergen
    risk and uncertainty and intertemporal choice Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems This research group focuses on non cooperative game theory nonlinear dynamics and complex systems bounded rationality learning and heterogenous expectations dynamic models of collective behavior and social networks dynamic optimization Econometrics and Operations Research Research themes time series econometrics panel data Bayesian econometrics applied econometrics and econometric methodology Applications can be found in areas as diverse as monetary economics labor economics marketing and asset pricing Some fellows in this group focus on operations research Finance The Finance group at TI spans many of the core fields in finance asset pricing corporate finance financial econometrics market microstructure and financial institutions Labor Health Education and Development At TI a large group of fellows works in different areas of labour health education and development Macroeconomics and International Economics Fellows in the Macroeconomics and International Economics group carry out research on growth innovation international trade and factor mobility the role of economic geography banking and monetary economics and fiscal policy Organizations and Markets The Organizations and Markets OM group spans many areas in applied microeconomics including the economics of organizations industrial organization entrepreneurship innovation and auctions Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics The STEE group addresses four themes urban and regional dynamics land use transportation and environment and resources Many fellows combine policy research with fundamental research Home Keypublication Numerically Accelerated Importance Sampling for Nonlinear Non Gaussian State Space Models Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2009 12 2012 27 2011 27 Forthcoming 6 2008 16 2006 13 2013 41 2010 21 2007 7 2014 30 2015 29 2005 8 2004 4 2003 2 Show all 238 Article Numerically Accelerated Importance Sampling for Nonlinear Non Gaussian State

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/keypublication/numerically-accelerated-importance-sampling-nonlinear-non-gaussian-state-space-models/ (2016-02-06)
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  • Fractional Cointegration Rank Estimation - Tinbergen
    can be found in areas as diverse as monetary economics labor economics marketing and asset pricing Some fellows in this group focus on operations research Finance The Finance group at TI spans many of the core fields in finance asset pricing corporate finance financial econometrics market microstructure and financial institutions Labor Health Education and Development At TI a large group of fellows works in different areas of labour health education and development Macroeconomics and International Economics Fellows in the Macroeconomics and International Economics group carry out research on growth innovation international trade and factor mobility the role of economic geography banking and monetary economics and fiscal policy Organizations and Markets The Organizations and Markets OM group spans many areas in applied microeconomics including the economics of organizations industrial organization entrepreneurship innovation and auctions Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics The STEE group addresses four themes urban and regional dynamics land use transportation and environment and resources Many fellows combine policy research with fundamental research Home Keypublication Fractional Cointegration Rank Estimation Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2009 12 2012 27 2011 27 Forthcoming 6 2008 16 2006 13 2013 41 2010 21 2007 7 2014 30 2015 29 2005 8 2004 4 2003 2 Show all 238 Article Fractional Cointegration Rank Estimation Author s K A Lasak C Velasco Email k a lasak vu nl Journal Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 2015 33 2 241 254 This article considers cointegration rank estimation for a p dimensional fractional vector error correction model We propose a new two step procedure that allows testing for further long run equilibrium relations with possibly different persistence levels The first step consists of estimating the parameters of the model under the

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/keypublication/fractional-cointegration-rank-estimation/ (2016-02-06)
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  • Likelihood-based Dynamic Factor Analysis for Measurement and Forecasting - Tinbergen
    experimental economics The research of the Rotterdam based group focuses on two broad themes decision under risk and uncertainty and intertemporal choice Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems This research group focuses on non cooperative game theory nonlinear dynamics and complex systems bounded rationality learning and heterogenous expectations dynamic models of collective behavior and social networks dynamic optimization Econometrics and Operations Research Research themes time series econometrics panel data Bayesian econometrics applied econometrics and econometric methodology Applications can be found in areas as diverse as monetary economics labor economics marketing and asset pricing Some fellows in this group focus on operations research Finance The Finance group at TI spans many of the core fields in finance asset pricing corporate finance financial econometrics market microstructure and financial institutions Labor Health Education and Development At TI a large group of fellows works in different areas of labour health education and development Macroeconomics and International Economics Fellows in the Macroeconomics and International Economics group carry out research on growth innovation international trade and factor mobility the role of economic geography banking and monetary economics and fiscal policy Organizations and Markets The Organizations and Markets OM group spans many areas in applied microeconomics including the economics of organizations industrial organization entrepreneurship innovation and auctions Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics The STEE group addresses four themes urban and regional dynamics land use transportation and environment and resources Many fellows combine policy research with fundamental research Home Keypublication Likelihood based Dynamic Factor Analysis for Measurement and Forecasting Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2009 12 2012 27 2011 27 Forthcoming 6 2008 16 2006 13 2013 41 2010 21 2007 7 2014 30 2015 29 2005 8 2004 4 2003

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/keypublication/likelihood-based-dynamic-factor-analysis-measurement-forecasting/ (2016-02-06)
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