Erasmus Statistics Day

Date: 26 February 2016
Venue: Campus Woudestein, Room CB-2­­
Participation: If you wish to participate, please email the organiser: Andreas Pick,

Session 1Chair: Andreas Pick, Erasmus School of Economics
13.10-13.30Jason Roos, RSM  
Bayesian estimation of complex choice models
13.30-13.50Teresa Marreiros Bago d’Uva, Erasmus School of Economics
Vignettes – a method for identification and correction of reporting heterogeneity 
13.50-14.10Marco Fabbri, ESL
The effect of unarmed patrols on crime: evidence from a diffusion-regression state-space model
14.10-14.30Erik Kole, Erasmus School of Economics  
Behavioral effects on consumer confidence indices
Session 2Chair: Jason Roos, RSM
14.50-15.10Elrozy Andrinopoulou, MC  
Joint models for longitudinal and time-to-event data
15.10-15.30Chen Zhou, DNB/Erasmus School of Economics  
Statistics of heteroskedastic extremes
15.30-15.50Jaroslaw Kantorowicz, ESL
The political economy of fiscal policy: evidence from polish municipalities
15.50-16.10Marcin Jaskowski, Erasmus School of Economics
First-passage-time in discrete time and its applications
Session 3Chair: Chen Zhou, DNB/Erasmus School of Economics
16.30-16.50Philip Hans Franses, Erasmus School of Economics
Potential usefulness of the Deming regression
16.50-17.10Maciej Szymanowski, RSM
The interplay of consumer innovativeness and social influence in new product adoption
17.10-17.30Nicole Erler, MC  
Multiple imputation vs. a full Bayesian approach for imputation of covariates in longitudinal settings
17.30-17.50Andreas Pick, Erasmus School of Economics  
Forecasting and structural breaks