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  • Weitere externe Aufsätze

    Disclosure Limitation Methods in Use: Results of a Survey

    In: Julia I. Lane, Pat Doyle, Laura M. Zayatz (Hrsg.) , Confidentiality, Disclosure, and Data Access
    Amsterdam [u.a.] : Elsevier
    S. 17-42
    | Flora Felsö, Jules Theeuwes, Gert G. Wagner
  • Diskussionspapiere 312 / 2002

    Structural Unemployment and the Output Gap in Germany: Evidence from an SVAR Analysis within a Hysteresis Framework

    The German unemployment rate shows strong signs if non-stationarity over the course of the previous decades. This is in line with an insider-outsider model under full hysteresis. We applied a "theory-guided view" to the data using the structural VAR model as developed by Balmaseda, Dolado and López-Salido (2000) allowing for full hysteresis on the labour market. Our identification of the model implies ...

    2002| Ulrich Fritsche, Camille Logeay
  • Diskussionspapiere 319 / 2002

    A Nation-Wide Laboratory: Examining Trust and Trustworthiness by Integrating Behavioral Experiments into Representative Surveys

    Typically, laboratory experiments suffer from homogeneous subject pools and selfselection biases. The usefulness of survey data is limited by measurement error and by the questionability of their behavioral relevance. Here we present a method integrating interactive experiments and representative surveys thereby overcoming crucial weaknesses of both approaches. One of the major advantages of our approach ...

    2002| Ernst Fehr, Urs Fischbacher, Bernhard von Rosenbladt, Jürgen Schupp, Gert G. Wagner
  • Diskussionspapiere 298 / 2002

    Strategic Path Reliability in Information Networks

    We consider a model of an information network where nodes can fail and transmission of information is costly. The formation of paths in such networks is modeled as the Nash equilibrium of an N player routing game. The task of obtaining this equilibrium is shown to be NP-Hard. We derive analytical results to identify conditions under which the equilibrium path is congruent to well known paths such as ...

    2002| Rajgopal Kannan, Sudipta Sarangi, S. S. Iyengar
  • Diskussionspapiere 299 / 2002

    Respondent Behavior in Panel Studies: A Case Study for Income-Nonresponse by Means of the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP)

    Many validation studies deal with item-nonresponse and measurement error in earnings data. In this paper we explore motives of respondents for the failure to reveal earnings using the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP). GSOEP collects socio-economic information of private households in the Federal Republic of Germany. We explain the evolution of income-nonresponse in the GSOEP and demonstrate the ...

    2002| Jörg-Peter Schräpler
  • Diskussionspapiere 300 / 2002

    A Schumpeter-Inspired Approach to the Construction of R&D Capital Stocks

    A new method for constructing R&D capital stocks is proposed. Following Schumpeter, the development of R&D capital stocks is modelled as a process of creative destruction. Newly generated knowledge is assumed not only to add to the existing R&D capital stocks but also, by displacing old knowledge, to destroy part of that capital. This is in stark contrast to the perpetual inventory method, which postulates ...

    2002| Jürgen Bitzer, Andreas Stephan
  • Diskussionspapiere 301 / 2002

    Does the Behaviour of Myopic Addicts Support the Rational Addiction model? A Simulation

    Becker and Murphy (1988) constructed, in a well-known paper, a model of rational addiction in which people solve a dynamic optimization problem, choose an optimal timepath of drug consumption and thereby maximize lifetime utility. The model leads to the hypothesis that future consumption is a significant explanatory variable for present consumption. This paper briefly surveys the empirical studies ...

    2002| Björn Frank
  • Diskussionspapiere 302 / 2002

    The Dead-Anyway Effect Revis(it)ed

    In the expected-utility theory of the monetary value of a statistical life, the so-called "dead-anyway" effect discovered by Pratt and Zeckhauser (1996) asserts that an individuals' willingness to pay (WTP) for small reductions in mortality risk increases with the initial level of risk. Their reasoning is based on differences in the marginal utility of wealth between the two states of nature: life ...

    2002| Friedrich Breyer, Stefan Felder
  • Externe Monographien

    The Balassa-Samuelson Effect in Central and Eastern Europe: Myth or Reality?

    Ann Arbor, MI: The William Davidson Institute, 2002, 29 S.
    (William Davidson Working Paper ; 483)
    | Balázs Égert, Imed Drine, Kirsten Lommatzsch, Christophe Rault
  • Externe Monographien

    Measures of the Explanatory Power of General Multivariate Probit Models

    Colchester [u.a.]: EPAG, 2002, 29 S.
    (EPAG Working Papers ; 33)
    | Martin Spieß, Gerhard Tutz