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  • Keane, Michael; Moffitt, R (Univ Penn, 1998)
    Work on estimating the labor supply effects of high marginal tax rates in welfare programs has been hindered by the difficulty of estimating the effects of participation in multiple welfare programs simultaneously We serve ...
  • Keane, Michael (American Economic Association, 2010)
    What has always bothered me about the "experimentalist" school is the false sense of certainty it conveys. My view, like Leamer's, is that there is no way to escape the role of assumptions in statistical work, so our ...
  • Keane, Michael (Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., 2010)
    In this paper I attempt to lay out the sources of conflict between the so-called ``structural'' and ``experimentalist'' camps in econometrics. Critics of the structural approach often assert that it produces results that ...
  • Harding, Don; Pagan, Adrian (John Wiley and Sons, 2005)
    The paper argues that it is important to realize that the concept of a cycle has rarely been precisely articulated in empirical work and that often researchers are using very different definitions of it. We propose a ...
  • Bateman, Hazel; Agnew, Julie; Thorp, Susan (Financial Services Institute of Australasia, 2013)
    This paper presents new evidence from a national survey which indicates that working age Australians often are ill-informed about many important features of the superannuation system, and the results from regression analysis ...
  • Agnew, Julie; Bateman, Hazel; Thorp, Susan (Financial Services Institute of Australasia, 2013)
    This paper presents new evidence from a national survey which indicates that working age Australians often are ill-informed about many important features of the superannuation system, and the results from regression analysis ...
  • King, M; Viney, Rosalie; Smith, D; Hossain, Ishrat; Street, Deborah; Savage, Elizabeth; Fowler, Sandy; Berry, Marilyn; Stockler, Martin; Cozzi, Paul; Stricker, Phillip; Ward, J; Armstrong, Bk (Nature Publishing Group, 2012)
    Men diagnosed with localised prostate cancer (LPC) face difficult choices between treatment options that can cause persistent problems with sexual, urinary and bowel function. Controlled trial evidence about the survival ...
  • Harding, Don; Pagan, Adrian (Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., 2006)
    Many interesting issues are posed by synchronization of cycles. In this paper, we define synchronization and show how the degree of synchronization can be measured. We propose heteroscedasticity and serial correlation ...
  • Hall, Jane (Australasian Med Publ Co Ltd, 2013)
    It is the best of times and the worst of times. Bulk-billing rates for non-referred attendances (principally general practitioners) have reached over 82%.1 Yet there has been renewed attention focused on the growing financial ...
  • Feinberg, Susan; Keane, Michael (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc., 2009)
    Using confidential firm-level data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) on activities of U.S. multinational corporations (MNCs) and their Canadian affiliates, we study the dramatic growth of intra-firm and arm's-length ...
  • Taxation 
    Apps, Patricia; Jones, Glenn; Savage, Elizabeth (Cambridge University Press, 2003)
  • Geweke, John (The Econometric Society, 1978)
    Abstract: The regression relation between regularly sampled Y(t) and X"1(t),..., X"N(t) implied by an underlying model in which time enters more generally is studied. The underlying model includes continuous distributed ...
  • Burgess, John; Connell, Julia; Green, Roy (University of New South Wales, 2005)
    While temporary agency work possesses several conceptual and empirical challenges for researchers, it also poses challenges for regulators. This paper considers some of these challenges concerning various definitions, ...
  • Geweke, John (Elsevier, 1978)
    Abstract: It is shown that in the complete dynamic simultaneous equation model exogenous variables cause endogenous variables in the sense of Granger (1969) and satisfy the criterion of econometric exogeneity discussed by ...
  • Fang, H; Keane, Michael; Khwaja, A; Salm, M; Silverman, Dan (American Economic Association, 2007)
    A well-known method of validating econometric models (structural or otherwise) is to examine their performance in out-of-sample prediction. That is, given a change in the policy environment, do the key endogenous ...
  • Matthews, D; Hutchinson, W; Scarpa, Riccardo (Elsevier, 2009)
    This paper examines the stability of the benefit transfer function across 42 recreational forests in the British Isles. A working definition of reliable function transfer is put forward, and a suitable statistical test is ...
  • Thorp, Susan (Blackwell Publishing Asia, 2005)
    Surveys of Australian retirement savings funds verify that most international bond holdings, but not equity holdings, have been hedged for currency risk. We compare the mean variance efficiency of this practice with two ...
  • Haywood, P.; Bridges, J. F (Taylor and Francis, 2001)
    We report the results of a study analyzing the proportion of theoretical and empirical articles in two core health economics journals. The Journal of Health Economics published 30% theory during the period 1982-1986, ...
  • Tsirlin, Anatoly; Kazakov, Vladimir; Alimova, N; Ahremenkov, A (Znanost.org, 2005)
  • Mccausland, William (Elsevier, 2007)
    We propose an alternate parameterization of stationary regular finite-state Markov chains, and a decomposition of the parameter into time reversible and time irreversible parts. We demonstrate some useful properties of the ...