Partial Identification in Econometrics

@inproceedings{Tamer2010PartialII,
  title={Partial Identification in Econometrics},
  author={Elie Tamer},
  year={2010}
}
Identification in econometric models maps prior assumptions and the data to information about a parameter of interest. The partial identification approach to inference recognizes that this process should not result in a binary answer that consists of whether the parameter is point identified. Rather, given the data, the partial identification approach characterizes the informational content of various assumptions by providing a menu of estimates, each based on different sets of assumptions… CONTINUE READING

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