JSM Activity #38

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Activity ID:  38
Bayesian Methods in Economics
Date / Time / Room Sponsor Type
4:00 PM - 5:50 PM
Room: S-Royal Ballroom A
Section on Bayesian Stat. Sciences* Topic Contributed
Organizer: Mingliang Li, University of California, Irvine
Chair: Ehsan S. Soofi, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Discussant: 5:25 PM - Mingliang Li, University of California, Irvine    
Floor Discussion 5:45 PM

Predicting outcome gains, learning about heterogeneity, shrinkage forcasts and measuring the effects of air pollution are the problems considered.
  300752  By:  Dale J. Poirier 4:05 PM 08/11/2002
Estimating the Predictive Distributions of Outcome Gains in the Presence of an Unidentified Parameter

  300930  By:  Justin  Tobias 4:25 PM 08/11/2002
Learning About Unobserved Heterogeneity in Returns to Schooling

  300519  By:  Arnold  Zellner 4:45 PM 08/11/2002
Bayesian Shrinkage Forecasts of Individual and Aggregate Outcomes

  300868  By:  Gary M. Koop 5:05 PM 08/11/2002
Measuring the Effects of Air Pollution on Mortality in Metropolitan Toronto

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