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John Ham

Professor of Economics

    1978 …2017
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    Mathematics

    Weak Instruments
    Endogeneity
    Efficient Estimation
    Wages
    Average Treatment Effect
    Auctions
    Randomisation
    Insurance
    Migration
    Linear Systems
    Testing
    Estimator
    Bootstrap
    Experiment
    Estimate
    Standard error
    Structural Equations
    Instrumental Variables
    Monte Carlo Experiment
    Ridge Regression
    Order Conditions
    Unemployment
    Monte Carlo Study
    Hypothesis Testing
    Carry-over Effects
    Calculate
    Consistent Test
    Maximum Likelihood
    Heteroskedasticity
    Covariates
    Estimated standard error
    Panel Data
    Local Linear Regression
    Local Regression
    Econometrics
    First-order
    Propensity Score
    Conditional Independence
    Point Estimate
    Model Specification
    Empirical Model
    Line
    Drop out
    Likely
    Economics
    Valid
    Predict
    Nearest Neighbor
    Proportion
    Regression

    Business & Economics

    Unemployment
    Labor supply
    Medicaid
    Intertemporal substitution
    Participation
    Wages
    Income
    Micro data
    Testing
    Czech Republic
    Selection bias
    Insurance
    Experiment
    Workers
    Hausman test
    Implicit contracts
    Private values
    Common-value auctions
    Auctions
    Market economy
    Health insurance
    Labour market
    Exogeneity
    Duration models
    Panel data
    Unemployment rate
    Endogeneity
    Laboratory experiments
    Government
    Standard error
    Census
    Estimator
    Slovak Republic
    Cash
    Unemployment compensation
    Coefficients
    State government
    Empirical model
    Employment dynamics
    Duration dependence
    Underemployment
    Interval data
    Initial conditions
    Demographic effects
    Local labour markets
    Limited liability
    Elasticity
    Event history
    Seam
    IV estimation