Pedro Mira

PhD in Economics, University of Minnesota, 1995

Personal details



Pedro Mira

Research interests

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

Selected publications

  • "Inequality in Life Expectancies across Europe and the US", with Radim Bohacek, Jesús Bueren, Laura Crespo and Josep Pijoan-Mas, Health Economics, 30 (8) (2021), 1871-1885.
  • "Identification of games of incomplete information with multiple equilibria and unobserved heterogeneity", with Victor Aguirregabiria, Quantitative Economics, 10 (2019), 1659-1702.
  • "Caregiving to Elderly Parents and Employment Status of European Mature Women", with Laura Crespo, Review of Economics and Statistics, 96 (2014), 693-709.
  • "Dynamic Discrete Choice Structural Models: A Survey", with Víctor Aguirregabiria, Journal of Econometrics, 156 (2010), 38-67.
  • "Sequential Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Games", with V. Aguirregabiria, Econometrica, 75 (2007), 1-54.
  • "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.