Econometrics research paper

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Susan Athey, Stanford University and NBER and Guido Imbens, Stanford University and NBER Summer Institute 2014
Theory and Application of Network Models
Daron Acemoglu, MIT and NBER and Matthew O. Jackson, Stanford University Summer Institute 2013
Econometric Methods for High-Dimensional Data
Victor Chernozhukov, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Matthew Gentzkow, University of Chicago and NBER, Christian Hansen, University of Chicago , Jesse Shapiro, University of Chicago and NBER, Matthew Taddy, University of Chicago Summer Institute 2012
Econometric Methods for Demand Estimation
Ariel Pakes, Harvard University and NBER and Aviv Nevo, Northwestern University and NBER Summer Institute 2011
Computational Tools & Macroeconomic Applications
Lawrence Christiano, Northwestern University and NBER and Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde, University of Pennsylvania and NBER Summer Institute 2010
Financial Econometrics
Sydney Ludvigson, New York University and NBER , Yacine Ait-Sahalia, Princeton University and NBER, Michael Brandt, Duke University and NBER and Andrew Lo, MIT and NBER Summer Institute 2009
The Role of Field Experiments in Data Collection
John List, University of Chicago and NBER and Michael Kremer, Harvard University and NBER

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Econometrics research paper

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