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WORKING PAPERS

Heterogeneous Choice Sets and Preferences, with Levon Barseghyan, Maura Coughlin, and Joshua C. Teitelbaum, September 2020. Revision resubmitted to Econometrica.

The Safety Net as a Springboard? A General Equilibrium based Policy Evaluation, with Domenico Ferraro, Nir Jaimovich and Cristobal Young, August 2020, submitted.

Constraint Qualifications in Partial Identification, with Hiroaki Kaido and Joerg Stoye, June 2020. Revision resubmitted to Econometric Theory.

Discrete Choice Under Risk with Limited Consideration, with Levon Barseghyan and Matt Thirkettle, June 2020. Revision resubmitted to the American Economic Review.

Precise or Imprecise Probabilities? Evidence from survey response related to late-onset dementia, with Pamela Giustinelli and Chuck Manski, February 2020. Revision requested by the Journal of the European Economic Association.

Local Regression Smoothers with Set-Valued Outcome Data, with Qiyu Li, Ilya Molchanov and Sida Peng, January 2020. Revision resubmitted to International Journal of Approximate Reasoning.

Best linear approximations to set identified functions: with an application to the gender wage gap, with Arun G. Chandrasekhar, Victor Chernozhukov, and Paul Schrimpf, December 2018. Revision requested by Quantitative Economics. The paper supercedes CeMMAP Working Papers # CWP43/12.

Calibrated Projection in MATLAB: Users' Manual, with Hiroaki Kaido, Joerg Stoye, and Matt Thirkettle. October 2017.



WORK IN PROGRESS

Computational Methods for Partially Identified Models via Data Augmentation and Support Vector Machines, with Haim Bar.

Bracketing and Risk Preferences: Identification and Estimation in Field Data, with Levon Barseghyan, T. O'Donoghue and Josh Teitelbaum.





This research was in part supported by the National Science Foundation through a series of grants from 2006-2014 and 2018-present. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in these materials are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Contact Information

Francesca Molinari
H. T. Warshow and Robert Irving Warshow Professor
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Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853

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