Cambridge University Press, 2021
The Belgian Environmental Economics Day 2022 (BEED) provides an opportunity to researchers in the areas of environmental, resource and ecological economics from universities, university colleges, research institutes and research consultancy firms in Belgium, to present their work.
The goal is to get on the frontier on best practices in data management, coding, reproducibility etc., from people in academia, data science and business.
Task Discretion, Labor-market Frictions, and Entrepreneurship (2021)
The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, ewab030
Andrea Canidio & Patrick Legros
Regulating Public Services – Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice (2021)
Cambridge University Press
Emmanuelle Auriol, Claude Crampes and Antonio Estache
On universally consistent and fully distribution-free rank tests of vector independence (forthcoming)
The Annals of Statistics
Hongjian Shi, Marc Hallin, Mathias Drton, Fang Han
Working paper : Vaccination Strategies in the Midst of an Epidemic (2021-22)
Asymptotic properties of conditional least-squares estimators for array time series (2021)
Stat Inference Stoch Process 24
R. Azrak and G. Mélard