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Paarsch, H. J.
Paarsch, Harry
Paarsch, Harry J.
Paarsch, Harry John
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Brendstrup, Bjarne
Brentstrup, Bjarne
Castro, Luciano I. De
Chapman, James T. E.
Cho, Sung-Jin
CIRANO.
Donald, S.G.
Donald, Stephen
Donald, Stephen G
Donald, Stephen G.
GREEN, D.
Green, David
Green, David A
Haley, M. Ryan
Hamilton, G.H.
Hamilton, V.H.
Hendricks, K.
Hendricks, Kenneth
Hong, Han
Hubbard, Timothy P.
Kirkegaard, Rene
Li, Tong
MACURDY, T.
MaCurdy, Thomas
McAdams, David
Paarsch, H J
Paarsch, H-J
PAARSCH, H.
Paarsch, H.J.
Paarsch, Harry
Paarsch, Harry J
PAARSCH, Harry J.
Pastorino, Elena
Robert, Jacques
Roberts, John P.
Rust, John
Segre, Alberto M.
Shearer, B
Shearer, Bruce
Shearer, Bruce S.
Solow, John L.
Stanford University
Université Laval. Département d'économique
University of British Columbia. Department of Economics
University of Western Ontario. Department of Economics
Wang, G.H.
Xu, Pai
Titles: 
Access, Utilization, and Equity in Canada and the U.S.: An Empirical Model of Physician Visits.
Assessing empirical approaches for analyzing taxes and labor supply
Bounding Revenue Comparisons across Multi-Unit Auction Formats under ε-Best Response
Comparison of estimators for Empirical Models of Auction., A
Comparison of Estimators for Empirical Models of Auctions, A
Competition and Post-Transplant Outcomes in Cadaveric Liver Transplantation under the MELD Scoring System
Deciding between the common and private value paradigms in empirical models of auctions
Deriving an Estimate of the Optimal Auction: An Application To British Columbian Timber Sales.
Deriving an estimate of the optimal reserve price : An application to British Columbian timber sales
Differences in earnings and wage distributions between Canada and the United States : an application of a semi-parametric estimator of distribution functions with covariates
Differences in wage distributions between Canada and the United States: An application of a flexible estimator of distribution functions in the presence of covariates
Do women react differently to incentives? Evidence from experimental data and payroll records
Economic Statistics and Social Welfare Comparisons: A Review
effect of stumpage rates on timber recovery, The
Empirical Applications of Labour Market Incentive Models
empirical model of the multi-unit, sequential, clock auction, An
Empirical models of auctions and an application to British Columbian timber sales
Empirical Models of Auctions of Incentive Contracts
Estimating market power in the presence of capacity constraints: An application to high-fructose corn sweetener
Extending the Computational Horizon: Effective Distributed Resource-Bounded Computation for Intractable Problems
feedlot operator's problem, The
Fixed wages, piece rates, and intertemporal productivity a study of tree planters in British Columbia
gentle introduction to effective computing in quantitative research, 2016:, A
Identification and estimation in sequential, asymmetric, English auctions
Identification and Estimation in Sequential Dutch Auctions
Identification, Estimation, and Testing in Empirical Models of Auction Within the Independent Private Values Paradigm.
Identification, Estimation, and Testing in Parametric Empirical Models of Auctions within the Independent Private Values Paradigm
Intertemporal Productivity under Fixed Wages and Piece Rates
introduction to the structural econometrics of auction data, An
Investigating bid preferences at low-price, sealed-bid auctions with endogenous participation
Is the ’Linkage Principle’ Valid?: Evidence from the Field
LABOUR STOPPAGES AND THE THEORY OF THE OFFSET FACTOR: EVIDENCE FROM THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN LOGGING AND LUMBER SECTORS (CANADA)
LIMDEP, version 6.0: A review
Male-Female Productivity Differentials: the Role of Ability and Incentives (revised)
Maximum Likelihood Estimation in Empirical Models of Auctions.
Maximum Likelihood Estimation when the Support depends on Unknown Parameters
Micro-economic Models of Beef Supply.
Monte Carlo comparison of estimators for censored regression models, A
Nonparametric Estimation of Dutch and First-Price, Sealed-Bid Auction Models with Asymmetric Bidders
Nonparametric Identification and Estimation of Multi-Unit, Sequential, Oral, Ascending-Price Auctions with Asymmetric Bidders
On the Asymptotic Distribution of the Transaction Price in a Clock Model of a Multi-Unit, Oral, Ascending-Price Auction within the Common-Value Paradigm
On the Choice of Mechanism to Sell Timber.
On the elasticity of effort for piece rates evidence from the British Columbia tree-planting industry
On the Numerical Solution of Equilibria in Auction Models with Asymmetries within the Private-Values Paradigm
Optimal Effort in Multi-Year Contracts: An Empirical Analysis
Optimal Harvesting of Timber: Valuing Timberland with Stochastically Evolving Timber Volume and Prices using Linked Biological/Geographical Data from British Columbia
Personnel Policies and Worker Productivity: Experimental Evidence and Dynamic Considerations
Piece rates, fixed wages, and incentive effects statistical evidence from payroll records
Piecewise pseudo-maximum likelihood estimation in empirical models of auctions
response of worker effort to piece rates: Evidence from the British Columbia tree-planting industry, The
response to incentives and contractual efficiency: Evidence from a field experiment, The
Semiparametric estimation in models of first-price, sealed-bid auctions with affiliation
Semiparametric identification and estimation in multi-object, English auctions
Stochastic Dynamic Programming in Space: An Application to British Columbia Forestry
stochastic implications of rent maximization: an application to stumpage rates for timber in British Columbia, The
Superconsistent estimation and inference in structural econometric models using extreme order statistics
survey of recent empirical work concerning auctions, A
Taxation and Work Disincentives
Testing Affiliation in Private-values Models of First-price Auctions Using Grid Distributions
Testing equilibrium behaviour at first-price, sealed-bid auctions with discrete bid increments
Using Economic Theory to Guide Numerical Analysis: Solving for Equilibria in Models of Asymmetric First-Price Auctions
Valuing programs with deterministic and stochastic cycles
Work Stoppages and the Theory of the Offset Factor: Evidence from the British Columbian Lumber Industry.
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CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS
JOURNAL OF ECONOMETRICS
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--Stanford University, 1987
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