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Bootstrapping Density-Weighted Average Derivatives With Matias D. Cattaneo and Michael Jansson Econometric Theory, Forthcoming
Small Bandwidth Asymptotics for Density-Weighted Average Derivatives With Matias D. Cattaneo and Michael Jansson Econometric Theory, February 2014, 30(1): 176-200
Generalized Jackknife Estimators of Weighted Average Derivatives With Matias D. Cattaneo and Michael Jansson Journal of the American Statistical Association, December 2013, 108(504): 1243-1256
Pricing the Term Structure with Linear Regressions With Emanuel Moench and Richard Crump Journal of Financial Economics, October 2013, 110(1): 110-138 previously circulated as Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 340, August 2008, Revised April 2013
Optimal Inference for Instrumental Variables Regression with non-Gaussian Errors With Matias D. Cattaneo and Michael Jansson Journal of Econometrics, March 2012, 167(1): 1-15
Robust Data-Driven Inference for Density-Weighted Average Derivatives With Matias D. Cattaneo and Michael Jansson Journal of the American Statistical Association, September 1, 2010, 105(491): 1070-1083
Dealing with Limited Overlap in Estimation of Average Treatment Effects With V. Joseph Hotz, Guido W. Imbens, and Oscar A. Mitnik Biometrika, March 2009, 96(1): 187-199
Nonparametric Tests for Treatment Effect Heterogeneity With V. Joseph Hotz, Guido W. Imbens, and Oscar A. Mitnik Review of Economics and Statistics, August 2008, 90(3): 389-405
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