Harry J. Paarsch
Harry J. Paarsch
Professor of Business Analytics, University of Central Florida
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Assessing empirical approaches for analyzing taxes and labor supply
T MaCurdy, D Green, H Paarsch
Journal of Human resources, 415-490, 1990
Deciding between the common and private value paradigms in empirical models of auctions
HJ Paarsch
Journal of econometrics 51 (1-2), 191-215, 1992
Piece rates, fixed wages, and incentive effects: Statistical evidence from payroll records
HJ Paarsch, B Shearer
International Economic Review 41 (1), 59-92, 2000
An introduction to the structural econometrics of auction data
HJ Paarsch, H Hong
MIT Press Books 1, 2006
Differences in wage distributions between Canada and the United States: An application of a flexible estimator of distribution functions in the presence of covariates
SG Donald, DA Green, HJ Paarsch
The Review of economic studies 67 (4), 609-633, 2000
The response of worker effort to piece rates: Evidence from the British Columbia tree-planting industry
HJ Paarsch, BS Shearer
Journal of Human resources, 643-667, 1999
Piecewise pseudo-maximum likelihood estimation in empirical models of auctions
SG Donald, HJ Paarsch
International Economic Review, 121-148, 1993
Deriving an estimate of the optimal reserve price: an application to British Columbian timber sales
HJ Paarsch
Journal of Econometrics 78 (2), 333-357, 1997
Identification, estimation, and testing in parametric empirical models of auctions within the independent private values paradigm
SG Donald, HJ Paarsch
Econometric Theory 12 (3), 517-567, 1996
A Monte Carlo comparison of estimators for censored regression models
HJ Paarsch
Journal of Econometrics 24 (1-2), 197-213, 1984
A survey of recent empirical work concerning auctions
K Hendricks, HJ Paarsch
Canadian Journal of Economics, 403-426, 1995
Investigating bid preferences at low-price, sealed-bid auctions with endogenous participation
T Hubbard, H Paarsch
International Journal of Industrial Organization 27 (1), 1-14, 2009
Identification and estimation in sequential, asymmetric, english auctions
B Brendstrup, HJ Paarsch
Journal of Econometrics 134 (1), 69-94, 2006
Empirical models of auctions and an application to British Columbian timber sales
HJ Paarsch
Center competition and outcomes following liver transplantation
JB Halldorson, HJ Paarsch, JL Dodge, AM Segre, J Lai, JP Roberts
Liver Transplantation 19 (1), 96-104, 2013
Superconsistent estimation and inference in structural econometric models using extreme order statistics
SG Donald, HJ Paarsch
Journal of Econometrics 109 (2), 305-340, 2002
Semiparametric estimation in models of first-price, sealed-bid auctions with affiliation
TP Hubbard, T Li, HJ Paarsch
Journal of Econometrics 168 (1), 4-16, 2012
An empirical model of the multi‐unit, sequential, clock auction
SG Donald, HJ Paarsch, J Robert
Journal of Applied Econometrics 21 (8), 1221-1247, 2006
The response to incentives and contractual efficiency: Evidence from a field experiment
HJ Paarsch, BS Shearer
European Economic Review 53 (5), 481-494, 2009
On the numerical solution of equilibria in auction models with asymmetries within the private-values paradigm
TP Hubbard, HJ Paarsch
Handbook of computational economics 3, 37-115, 2014
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