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William Greene
William Greene
Professor of Economics and Statistics, Stern School of Business, NYU
Verified email at stern.nyu.edu - Homepage
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Econometric analysis
WH Greene
Prentice hall, 2003
995412003
Applied choice analysis: a primer
DA Hensher, JM Rose, WH Greene
Cambridge university press, 2005
65732005
The econometric approach to efficiency analysis
WH Greene
The measurement of productive efficiency and productivity growth 1 (1), 92-250, 2008
26572008
The mixed logit model: the state of practice
DA Hensher, WH Greene
Transportation 30, 133-176, 2003
25872003
LIMDEP VERSION 7.0
WH Greene
2530*1998
A latent class model for discrete choice analysis: contrasts with mixed logit
WH Greene, DA Hensher
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 37 (8), 681-698, 2003
21742003
Reconsidering heterogeneity in panel data estimators of the stochastic frontier model
W Greene
Journal of econometrics 126 (2), 269-303, 2005
20492005
Economies of scale in US electric power generation
LR Christensen, WH Greene
Journal of political Economy 84 (4, Part 1), 655-676, 1976
19331976
Modeling ordered choices: A primer
WH Greene, DA Hensher
Cambridge University Press, 2010
17982010
Análisis econométrico
WH Greene, I Mauleón Torres
Madrid: Prentice Hall,, 1999
17411999
Fixed and random effects in stochastic frontier models
W Greene
Journal of productivity analysis 23, 7-32, 2005
14582005
The behaviour of the maximum likelihood estimator of limited dependent variable models in the presence of fixed effects
W Greene
The Econometrics Journal 7 (1), 98-119, 2004
13182004
A gamma-distributed stochastic frontier model
WH Greene
Journal of econometrics 46 (1-2), 141-163, 1990
12991990
Maximum likelihood estimation of econometric frontier functions
WH Greene
Journal of econometrics 13 (1), 27-56, 1980
12701980
Accounting for excess zeros and sample selection in Poisson and negative binomial regression models
WH Greene
NYU working paper no. EC-94-10, 1994
12251994
Econometric analysis 4th edition
WH Greene
International edition, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 201-215, 2000
1070*2000
User's Manual
P PLDVCR500
10081995
Testing hypotheses about interaction terms in nonlinear models
W Greene
Economics letters 107 (2), 291-296, 2010
9272010
Fixed effects and bias due to the incidental parameters problem in the Tobit model
W Greene
Econometric reviews 23 (2), 125-147, 2004
6722004
Distinguishing between heterogeneity and inefficiency: stochastic frontier analysis of the World Health Organization's panel data on national health care systems
W Greene
Health economics 13 (10), 959-980, 2004
6682004
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