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I would like to thank Rafael Repullo, Pierre Sarte, Javier Suarez, John Walter, John Weinberg, and seminar participants at CEMFI for helpful comments.
1) An earlier version of this paper was the thesis of CEMFI post graduate course of one of the authors.
He is grateful to the Bank of Spain and the Centre de Recerca en Economia Internacional, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, as well as Chris Waller and participants at the Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis annual conference, and seminar participants at the Bank of Italy, Rome and CEMFI, Madrid for helpful comments and suggestions.
This paper is partially based on a research project started while the author was at CEMFI (Spain).
For their contributions to this article, I would like to thank Joe Finnerty, Jennie France, Mark Huggett, Charlie Kahn, Stan Kerr, Roger Koenker, Asani Sarkar, Tom Ulen, and participants of the seminars or conferences at: Torcuato Di Tella Institute (Argentina), University of Geneva (Switzerland), New University of Lisbon (Portugal), Brooklyn College (USA), Lund University (Sweden), Gothenburg University (Sweden), University of the Basque Country (Spain), Complutense University (Spain), Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration (Finland), CEMFI (Spain), and 11th Annual Conference of the European Association of Law and Economics (Leuven, Belgium).
I am indebted to Nils-Henrik von der Fehr, Daniel Maldoom, Carmen Matutes, Meg Mayer, Jorge Padilla, Asa Rosen, and John Vickers as well as seminar participants at CEMFI, Madrid, for their helpful comments on an earlier draft of this paper.
2000, Discrete Choices with Panel Data, Mimeo, CEMFI, Madrid
Flores, John Ham, David Neumark, Ron Oaxaca, and seminar participants at the Policy Evaluation Workshop at CEMFI in Madrid, the 2004 IRRA Annual Meeting, the 2004 Midwest Economics Association meeting, the 2005 Econometric Society World Congress, Universities of Arizona, California at Berkeley, Illinois at Chicago, Miami, Ohio State, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas for comments and discussions.
Binary choice with binary endogenous regressors in panel data: Estimating the effect of fertility on female labour participation", Working Paper CEMFI, 9805.
Alejandro Justiniano, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, and Claudio Michelacci, CEMFI, "The Cyclical Behavior of Unemployment and Vacancies in the U.
A Empirical model of Female Labour Suply for Spain, CEMFI Working Paper 9412.
Autor, MIT and NBER; David Dorn, CEMFI and IZA; and Gordon H.