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Mathematical Economics papers in Economics, A

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Papers 1 - 20 of 316 in Mathematical Economics, A
  1. A number of stylized facts have been documented about the extensive\nmargin of trade; which frms export, and how many products they send\nto how many destinations. We argue that the sparse nature of trade\ndata is crucial to understanding these…
  2. Standard theorizing about poverty falls into two camps. Social scientists regard the behav- iors of the economically disadvantaged either as calculated adaptations to prevailing circum- stances or as emanating from a unique “culture of poverty,”…
  3. We consider the question of global convergence of iterative methods for nonlinear programming problems. Traditionally, penalty functions have been used to enforce global convergence. In this paper we review a recent alternative, so-called filter…
  4. Every finance professional employs the concept of market efficiency. The theory, evidence and counter- evidence focus on a couple of dozen highly influential articles published during the twentieth century. We summarise the origins of and…
  5. We introduce a calculus for mobile agents and give its chemical semantics, with a precise definition for migration, failure, and failure detection. Various examples written in our calculus illustrate how to express remote executions, dynamic loading…
  6. The current study provides an exposition of artificial neural network (ANN) methodology in the context of research on personality and work performance. We demonstrate some of the benefits and limitations of this methodology relative to multiple…
  7. The future of high-performance computing is likely to rely on the ability to efficiently exploit huge amounts of parallelism. One way of taking advantage of this parallelism is to formulate problems as “embarrassingly parallel” Monte- Carlo…
  8. This article develops a simulation estimation algorithm that is particularly useful for estimating dynamic panel data models with unobserved endogenous state variables. Repeated sampling experiments on dynamic probit models with serially correlated…
  9. The confidence limit is a standard measure of the accuracy of the result in any statistical analysis. Most of the confidence limits are derived as follows. The data are first divided into subsections and then, under the ergodic assumption, the…
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