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Kevin E. Staub
Kevin E. Staub
Department of Economics, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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Consistent estimation of the fixed effects ordered logit model
G Baetschmann, KE Staub, R Winkelmann
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A: Statistics in Society 178 …, 2015
6362015
The trade effects of endogenous preferential trade agreements
P Egger, M Larch, KE Staub, R Winkelmann
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 3 (3), 113-143, 2011
4792011
feologit: A new command for fitting fixed-effects ordered logit models
G Baetschmann, A Ballantyne, KE Staub, R Winkelmann
The Stata Journal 20 (2), 253-275, 2020
1232020
GLM estimation of trade gravity models with fixed effects
PH Egger, KE Staub
Empirical Economics 50, 137-175, 2016
1122016
Consistent Estimation of Zero‐Inflated Count Models
KE Staub, R Winkelmann
Health Economics 22 (6), 673-686, 2013
111*2013
Trade preferences and bilateral trade in goods and services: A structural approach
PH Egger, M Larch, KE Staub
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP9051, 2012
912012
Does the stork deliver happiness? Parenthood and life satisfaction
G Baetschmann, KE Staub, R Studer
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 130, 242-260, 2016
762016
Relative status and satisfaction
S Boes, K Staub, R Winkelmann
Economics Letters 109 (3), 168-170, 2010
392010
The impact of voluntary front-of-pack nutrition labelling on packaged food reformulation: A difference-in-differences analysis of the Australasian Health Star Rating scheme
L Bablani, C Ni Mhurchu, B Neal, CL Skeels, KE Staub, T Blakely
PLoS Medicine 17 (11), e1003427, 2020
362020
Predicting individual effects in fixed effects panel probit models
JS Kunz, KE Staub, R Winkelmann
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A: Statistics in Society 184 …, 2021
29*2021
A causal interpretation of extensive and intensive margin effects in generalized Tobit models
KE Staub
Review of Economics and Statistics 96 (2), 371-375, 2014
262014
Early subjective completion beliefs and the demand for post-secondary education
JS Kunz, KE Staub
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 177, 34-55, 2020
24*2020
Simple tests for exogeneity of a binary explanatory variable in count data regression models
KE Staub
Communications in Statistics-Simulation and Computation 38 (9), 1834-1855, 2009
222009
The effect of income-based mandates on the demand for private hospital insurance and its dynamics
TC Buchmueller, TC Cheng, NTA Pham, KE Staub
Journal of Health Economics 75, 102403, 2021
112021
Assessing the quality of public services: For‐profits, chains, and concentration in the hospital market
JS Kunz, C Propper, KE Staub, R Winkelmann
Health Economics, 2024
9*2024
Online accessibility of scholarly literature, and academic innovation
T Boppart, KE Staub
Working Paper, 2014
8*2014
The effects of self-assessed health: Dealing with and understanding misclassification bias
L Chen, PM Clarke, DJ Petrie, KE Staub
Journal of Health Economics 78, 102463, 2021
62021
Effect of voluntary Health Star Rating labels on healthier food purchasing in New Zealand: longitudinal evidence using representative household purchase data
L Bablani, CN Mhurchu, B Neal, CL Skeels, KE Staub, T Blakely
BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health 5 (2), 227, 2022
52022
Controlling for multilateral resistance terms in linearized trade gravity equations without spatial econometrics
PH Egger, KE Staub
Available at SSRN 2737669, 2015
42015
Heterogeneity in the Persistence of Health: Evidence from a Monthly Micro Panel
S Hoskins, DW Johnston, J Kunz, M Shields, KE Staub
IZA Discussion Paper, 2024
2024
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