Francois Laisney
Francois Laisney
ZEW, Mannheim
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TitleCited byYear
Economic development and CO2 emissions: a nonparametric panel approach
T Azomahou, F Laisney, PN Van
Journal of Public Economics 90 (6-7), 1347-1363, 2006
432*2006
Seminonparametric estimation of binary-choice models with an application to labor-force participation
S Gabler, F Laisney, M Lechner
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 11 (1), 61-80, 1993
1381993
Estimation of household demand systems with theoretically compatible Engel curves and unit value specifications
I Crawford, F Laisney, I Preston
Journal of econometrics 114 (2), 221-241, 2003
1122003
The economics and econometrics of innovation
D Encaoua, BH Hall, F Laisney, J Mairesse
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
86*2013
Methodological issues related to the analysis of gender gaps in employment, earnings and career progression
M Beblo, D Beninger, A Heinze, F Laisney
Mannheim: European Commission, Employment and Social Affairs DG, 2003
772003
Collective models of labor supply with nonconvex budget sets and nonparticipation: A calibration approach
F Vermeulen, O Bargain, M Beblo, D Beninger, R Blundell, R Carrasco, ...
Review of Economics of the Household 4 (2), 113-127, 2006
742006
Measuring selectivity-corrected gender wage gaps in the EU
M Beblo, D Beninger, A Heinze, F Laisney
682003
Family tax splitting: a microsimulation of its potential labour supply and intra–household welfare effects in Germany
FL M Beblo, D Beninger
Applied Economics Quarterly 50, 231-248, 2004
53*2004
Imposing and testing curvature conditions on a Box–Cox cost function
B Koebel, M Falk, F Laisney
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 21 (2), 319-335, 2003
482003
The Performance of German Firms in the Business-Related Service Sectors
U Kaiser, PN Van, F Laisney
Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 22 (3), 274-295, 2004
47*2004
Tax illusion and labour supply of married women: Evidence from German data
H König, F Laisney, M Lechner, W Pohlmeier
Kyklos 48 (3), 347-368, 1995
441995
Welfare analysis of fiscal reforms: Does the representation of the family decision process matter? Evidence for Germany
D Beninger, F Laisney, M Beblo
422003
Does the representation of household behavior matter for welfare analysis of tax-benefit policies? An introduction
O Bargain, M Beblo, D Beninger, R Blundell, R Carrasco, MC Chiuri, ...
Review of Economics of the Household 4 (2), 99-111, 2006
402006
Comparison between unitary and collective models of household labor supply with taxation
D Beninger, F Laisney
ZEW Discussion Paper, 2002
402002
A labour supply model for married women in France: taxation, hours constraints and job seekers
R Blundell, F Laisney
Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 41-71, 1988
371988
Alternative interpretations of hours information in an econometric model of labour supply
R Blundell, F Laisney, M Lechner
Empirical Economics 18 (3), 393-415, 1993
331993
A life cycle labour supply model with taxes estimated on German panel data: the case of parallel preferences
F Laisney, M Lechner, A Van Soest, G Wagenhals
ZEW Discussion Papers, 1993
331993
Evaluating the move to a linear tax system in Germany and other European countries
D Beninger, O Bargain, M Beblo, R Blundell, R Carrasco, MC Chiuri, ...
Review of Economics of the Household 4 (2), 159-180, 2006
322006
Reference-price-independent welfare prescriptions
C Blackorby, F Laisney, R Schmachtenberg
Journal of Public Economics 50 (1), 63-76, 1993
28*1993
On the dynamics of process innovative activity: An empirical investigation using panel data
H König, F Laisney, M Lechner, W Pohlmeier
ZEW Discussion Papers, 1993
271993
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