Estimating the COVID-19 infection rate: Anatomy of an inference problem
Manski, Charles F. and Francesca Molinari. "Estimating the COVID-19 infection rate: Anatomy of an inference problem." Journal of Econometrics, forthcoming.
Microeconometrics with Partial Identification
Molinari, Francesca. "Microeconometrics with Partial Identification." Handbook of Econometrics 7A, forthcoming.
Modeling Migration Barriers in a Two-Sector Framework: A Welfare Analysis of the Hukou Reform in China
Fields, Gary, and Yang Song. “Modeling Migration Barriers in a Two-Sector Framework: A Welfare Analysis of the Hukou Reform in China.” Economic Modelling 84 (January 2020): 293–301.
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Student Spotlight: Seongheon Yoon '19
Recent Economics graduate, Seongheon Yoon '19, says "before college, I always thought of myself as a 'humanities' or 'social sciences' person and couldn't imagine taking quantitative classes. However, through classes like statistics, econometrics, and data science that I (not so willingly) took to fufill the requirements, I learned the power and beauty of quantitatively analyzing data to support qualitative arguments."
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