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Andrew Chesher

Andrew Chesher

Research Fellow


BSocSc Mathematics, Economics & Statistics, University of Birmingham, 1970

Andrew is the Director of the ESRC Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (cemmap) and William Stanley Jevons Professor of Economics and Economic Measurement at University College London. He is a Fellow of the British Academy, Fellow of the Econometric Society and Honorary Foreign Member of the American Economic Association. His research interests cover many aspects of microeconometric theory and practice with currently an emphasis on identification analysis and instrumental variable models and methods.


Journal articles

Working papers

Cemmap Working Paper CWP26/21
This paper studies models of processes generating censored outcomes with endogenous explanatory variables and instrumental variable restrictions.
Cemmap Working Paper CWP02/21
We study an extension of a treatment effect model in which an observed discrete classifier indicates which one of a set of counterfactual processes occurs, each of which may result in the realization of several endogenous outcomes.


This paper was presented at the 2013 Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics conference in Econometrics: Partial Identification, Weak Identification, and Related Econometric Problems. The conference took place on 5 June 2013 at YALE SOM, Watson Center.
This paper was presented at Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach conference on "Mathematical Statistics of Partially Identified Objects" on 22 April 2013.