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Testing Local Average Treatment Effect Assumptions
In this paper, we propose an easy-to-implement procedure to test the key conditions for the identification and estimation of the local average treatment effect (LATE; Imbens & Angrist, 1994). WeExpand
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TESTING IDENTIFYING ASSUMPTIONS IN FUZZY REGRESSION DISCONTINUITY DESIGNS
We propose a new specification test for assessing the validity of fuzzy regression discontinuity designs (FRD-validity). We derive a new set of testable implications, characterized by a set ofExpand
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Testing Local Average Treatment Effect Assumptions
In this paper, we propose an easy-to-implement procedure to test the key conditions for the identification and estimation of the local average treatment effect (LATE; Imbens & Angrist, 1994). WeExpand
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A Note on the Identification in Two Equations Probit Model with Dummy Endogenous Regressor
This paper deals with the question whether exclusion restrictions on the exogenous regressors are necessary to identify two equation probit models with endogenous dummy regressor. We show that WildeExpand
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Sharp Bounds on Treatment Effects in a Binary Triangular System
This paper considers the evaluation of the average treatment effect (ATE) in a triangular system with binary dependent variables. I impose a threshold crossing model on both the endogenous regressorExpand
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Sharp Bounds for the Roy Model
We analyze the empirical content of the Roy model, stripped down to its essential features, namely sector specific unobserved heterogeneity and self selection on the basis of potential outcomes. WeExpand
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Tightening Bounds in Triangular Systems
This note discusses partial identification in a nonparametric triangular system with discrete endogenous regressors and nonseparable errors. Recently, Jun et al. (2011, JPX) provide bounds on theExpand
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Euclidean Revealed Preferences: Testing the Spatial Voting Model
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In the spatial model of voting, voters choose the candidate closest to them in the ideological space. Expand
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Cohabitation versus marriage: Marriage matching with peer effects
This paper proposes an easy to estimate Cobb Douglas marriage matching function (MMF). Special cases include the Choo Siow (CS) MMF, CS with peer effects, CS with frictional transfers, the DagsvikExpand
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