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Identification of Nonseparable Triangular Models With Discrete Instruments

- X. D’Haultfœuille, P. Février
- Economics, Mathematics
- 1 May 2015

We study the identification through instruments of a nonseparable function that relates a continuous outcome to a continuous endogenous variable. Using group and dynamical systems theories, we show… Expand

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Econometrics of Share Auctions

- P. Février, R. Préget, M. Visser
- Economics
- 2002

The purpose of this paper is to propose structural econometric methods for the empirical study of Wilson’s (1979) share auction model. This is a common value model in which a single and perfectly… Expand

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Identification of Nonseparable Modes with Endogeneity and Discrete Instruments

- X. d’Haultfoeuille, P. Février
- Mathematics
- 1 May 2011

We study the identification of a nonseparable function which relates a continuous outcome to a continuous endogenous variable. We suppose to have in hand a strongly exogenous instrument, and assume a… Expand

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Equilibrium selection: Payoff or risk dominance?: The case of the "weakest link"

- P. Février, L. Linnemer
- Economics
- 1 June 2006

Abstract When a game has more than one Nash equilibrium, a coordination issue arises. Pareto and risk dominations are two available criteria to select one of them. There is a debate on how to use… Expand

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Comparative study of split thickness skin grafts taken from the scalp and thigh in children.

- V. Martinot, V. Mitchell, P. Février, A. Duhamel, P. Pellerin
- Medicine
- Burns : journal of the International Society for…
- 1 April 1994

We compared 29 split thickness skin grafts taken from the thigh (group I) and 37 taken from the scalp (group II). The study was prospective with a follow-up period of 1 year. The average age was 29… Expand

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A Study of Consumer Behavior Using Laboratory Data

- P. Février, M. Visser
- Economics
- 1 February 2004

This paper reports the results of an experiment in which subjects had to buy real products in 5 different budget/price situations. Subjects were randomly drawn from the population of a medium-sized… Expand

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Identification and Estimation of Incentive Problems: Adverse Selection

- X. d’Haultfoeuille, P. Février
- Economics
- 2007

The adverse selection model is a principal-agent model defined by the objective function of the principal, the agents’ utility function and the distribution of agents’ types. We prove that the… Expand

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He who must not be named

- P. Février
- Economics
- 1 August 2003

Abstract.Landsberger et al. have studied a sealed bid first price auction with two players in which the ranking of the valuations is known. They argue that such a situation can arise in a sequential… Expand

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Identification of Mixture Models Using Support Variations

- X. D’Haultfœuille, P. Février
- Mathematics
- 1 November 2015

We consider the issue of identifying nonparametrically continuous mixture models. In these models, all observed variables depend on a common and unobserved component, but are mutually independent… Expand

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What did you expect ? Lessons from the French "Bonus/Malus".

- Isis Durrmeyer, Philippe Février
- Economics
- 2010

Ex-post evaluations are crucial to measure the empirical eects of public policies. At the same time, one can wonder how much of these eects could be anticipated ex-ante. We address this question… Expand

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