Three essays on applied microeconometrics
Title: Three essays on applied microeconometrics
Author: MURAVYEV, Alexander
Citation: Florence, European University Institute, 2007
Series/Number: EUI PhD theses; Department of Economics
This thesis, which provides an account of research conducted at the European University Institute between 2002 and 2006, is an application of microeconometric analysis to testing models suggested by economic theory. It consists of three chapters which are selfcontained and can be read independently. While the chapters deal with different topics (two are 6 related to labour economics and one - to corporate finance and governance), it is the use of microeconometric methods - regression analysis of cross-sectional and panel data on the level of individuals or firms - that bring them together in this volume under this title.
LC Subject Heading: Microeconomics -- Econometric models
Table of Contents:
-- Human capital externalities : evidence from the transition economy of Russia -- Firm size, wages and unobserved skills : evidence from dual job holdings in the UK -- The puzzle of dual class stock in Russia : explaining the price differential between common and preferred shares
Defence date: 3 July 2007; Examining board: Prof. Andrea Ichino, Supervisor, University of Bologna and the EUI ; Prof. Hartmut Lehmann, University of Bologna ; Prof. Mark Edwin Schaffer, Heriot-Watt University ; Prof. Richard Spady, EUI
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