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Empirical likelihood

Event14 February 2005 at 10:30<p>7 Ridgmount Street<br />London<br />WC1E 7AE</p>
GMM methods for moment condition models are often unreliable in finite samples. Empirical likelihood and related procedures offer attractive alternative methods for estimation and tools for inference. This workshop brings together a number of recent contributions and researchers in this important field of econometric research.
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Green Budget 2005

Event26 January 2005 at 10:00252 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7EN
The launch of the 2005 Green Budget, in collaboration with Morgan Stanley.
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Empirical industrial organisation

Event22 November 2004 at 10:00<p>7 Ridgmount Street<br />London<br />WC1E 7AE</p>
Empirical studies of demand and supply in differentiated-product industries.
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Gorman Memorial Workshop

Event11 June 2004 at 10:15<p>10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH</p>
To celebrate the memory of W.M. (Terence) Gorman (FBA), one of the most respected economists of his generation, this workshop will bring together leading economists from around the world to present and discuss papers in the Gorman tradition.
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Panel Time Series

Event12 May 2004 at 11:00Drayton House, 30 Gordon Street, London WC1H OAX
A cemmap training course.
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IFS Green Budget 2004

Event27 January 2004 at 14:30<p>7 Ridgmount Street<br />London<br />WC1E 7AE</p>
The IFS Green Budget 2004.
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Duration Analysis

Event7 November 2002 at 10:00Drayton House, 30 Gordon Street, London WC1H OAX
A cemmap MasterClass.
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Social security policy under New Labour: an analysis

Event22 May 2002 at 10:30<p>7 Ridgmount Street<br />London<br />WC1E 7AE</p>
This conference discussed the trends in social security reform by this Government. Speakers included include Fran Bennett (Oxford), John Hills (CASE), Donald Hirsch (Joseph Rowntree Foundation) and James Sefton (NIESR). Most of the papers or presentations are available online.