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Pedro Mira

Ph. D. in Economics, University of Minnesota, 1995
Professor

Personal details

Teaching

Statistical methods in econometrics

Research interests

Structural estimation of dynamic models of discrete choice, labor and demographic economics, empirical microeconomics

Selected publications

  • “Caregiving to Elderly Parents and Employment Status of European Mature Women,” with L. Crespo, Review of Economics and Statistics, 96 (2014), 693-709.
  • “Dynamic Discrete Choice Structural Models: A Survey,” with V. Aguirregabiria, Journal of Econometrics 156 (2010), 38-67.
  • “Sequential Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Games,” with V. Aguirregabiria, Econometrica 75 (2007), 1-54.
  • “Uncertain Infant Mortality, Learning and Life-Cycle Fertility,” International Economic Review 48 (2007), 809-846.
  • “Swapping the Nested Fixed Point Algorithm: A Class of Estimators for Discrete Markov Decision Models,” with V. Aguirregabiria, Econometrica 70 (2002), 1519-1543.
  • “A Note on the Changing Relationship Between Fertility and Female Employment in Developed Countries,” with N. Ahn, Journal of Population Economics 15 (2002), 667-682.

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