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
Piece rates, fixed wages, and incentive effects: Statistical evidence from payroll records
HJ Paarsch, B Shearer
International Economic Review 41 (1), 59-92, 2000
Deciding between the common and private value paradigms in empirical models of auctions
HJ Paarsch
Journal of econometrics 51 (1-2), 191-215, 1992
An introduction to the structural econometrics of auction data
HJ Paarsch, H Hong
MIT Press Books 1, 2006
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
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
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
A Monte Carlo comparison of estimators for censored regression models
HJ Paarsch
Journal of Econometrics 24 (1-2), 197-213, 1984
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 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
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
Empirical models of auctions and an application to British Columbian timber sales
HJ Paarsch
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
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
The response to incentives and contractual efficiency: Evidence from a field experiment
HJ Paarsch, BS Shearer
European Economic Review 53 (5), 481-494, 2009
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