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Edward Leamer ( 1944- )

Edward Leamer es profesor de Economa y Estadstica en UCLA, donde se encarga tambin de dirigir el prestigioso instituto de previsiones econmicas UCLA Anderson Forecast.

Edward Leamer>Ed Leamer se gradu en matemticas en la Princeton University y posteriormente obtuvo la maestra en matemticas y el doctorado en Economa por la University of Michigan.Trabaj como profesor en la Harvard University hasta que, en 1975, se traslad a la Universidad de California en Los ngeles. Dirigi el Departamento de Economa de UCLA de 1983 a 1987, pasando en 1990 a la Anderson Graduate School of Management. Es miembro de la American Academy of Arts and Sciences y de la Econometric Society.

Leamer ha estado especialmente interesado en la aplicacin de las tcnicas economtricas a la medicin de los flujos del comercio internacional. Recientemente ha estudiado temas de la integracin de las economas del este de Europa en las corrientes internacionales, el despantelamiento del estado de bienestar en Suecia, la NAFTA y el impacto de la globalizacin sobre la economa USA.

Direccin acadmica:
The Anderson School at UCLA
110 Westwood Plaza, Suite C-507
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1481
Office: (310) 206-1452
Fax: (310) 206-2002
eleamer@anderson.ucla.edu

Libros de Edward Leamer

  • Quantitative International Economics, con R.M. Stern, Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1970.

  • Specification Searches: Ad Hoc Inference with Non Experimental Data, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1978. Traducido al espaol y al ruso.

  • Sources of International Comparative Advantage: Theory and Evidence, Boston: MIT Press, 1984.

  • Sturdy Econometrics: Selected Essays of Edward E. Leamer, Economists of the 20th Century, Hants: Edward Elgar, 1994.

Artculos

  • "Location Equilibria," Journal of Regional Science, Vol, 8 (No. 2, 1968), 229-242, reprinted in A.J. Scott, ed., Location Allocation Systems: (San Francisco: Holden-Day, Inc.).

  • "A Class of Informative Priors and Distributed Lag Analysis," Econometrica, 40 (November 1972), 1059-81.

  • "False Models and Post-Data Model Construction," Journal of the American Statistical Association, 69 (March 1974), 122-131; abstracted in Zentralblatt fur Mathematik, reprinted in Omar F. Hamouda and J.C.R. Rowley, Foundations of Probability, Econometrics and Economic Games, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 1995.

  • "Multicollinearity: A Bayesian Interpretation," Review of Economics and Statistics, LV (August 1973), 371-380.

  • "A Bayesian Interpretation of Pretesting," with G. Chamberlain, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 38 (No. 1, 1976), 85-94.

  • "Explaining Your results' as Access-Biased Memory," Journal of the American Statistical Association (March 1975), 88-83.

  • "A Result on the Sign of Restricted Least Squares Estimates," Journal of Econometrics, 3 (1975), 387-390.

  • "Matrix Weighted Averages and Posterior Bounds," with G. Chamberlain, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 38 (No. 1 1976), 73-84.

  • "Sets of Estimates of Location," Econometrica, Vol. 49, No. 1 (January 1981), 193-204.

  • "Sets of Posterior Means with Bounded Variance Priors," Econometrica, 50 (May 1982), 725-736.

  • "Let's Take the Con Out of Econometrics," American Economics Review, 73 (March 1983), 31-43; reprinted in Bruce J. Caldwell, Criticism and Appraisal in Economics: A Book of Readings (Allen and Unwin, 1985); reprinted in Thomas J. Coyne, Readings in Managerial Economics, 1985; excerpted in Caroline P. Clotfelter, Economic Satire: Wit and Humor in the Dismal Science, Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe; summarized in Journal of Forecasting, reprinted in C.W.J. Granger,ed., Modelling Economic Series, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990; reprinted in Dale J. Poirier, The Methodology of Econometrics II, Hants: U.K.: Edward Elgar, 1994; reprinted in Omar F. Hamouda and J.C.R. Rowley, Foundations of Probability, Econometrics and Economic Games, 1996; reprinted in Guy Peters, The International Library of Comparative Public Policy - Series B., 1996

  • "Reporting the Fragility of Regression Estimates," with H. Leonard, Review of Economics and Statistics, LXV (May 1983), 306-3417.

  • "Sets of Weighted Regressions" (with C.Z. Gilstein), Journal of the American Statistical Association, 78 (December 1983), 942-948.

  • "Global Sensitivity Analysis for Generalized Least-Squares Estimates", Journal of the American Statistical Association, 79 (December 1984), 867-870.

  • "Bid-Ask Spreads for Subjective Probabilities," in P. Goel and A. Zellner, eds., Bayesian Inference and Decision Techniques, New York: Elsevier, 1985.

  • "Consistent Sets of Estimates for Regression with All Variables Measured with Error" (with S. Klepper), Econometrica, 52 (January 1984), 163-183.

  • "Errors-in-Variables in Linear Systems," Econometrica, Vol. 55, No. 4, July, 1987, 893 -909.

  • "Vector Autoregressions for Causal Inference?", in Karl Brunner and Allan H. Meltzer, eds., Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series On Public Policy: Understanding Monetary Regimes, Volume 22, 1985, 255-304; reprinted in Kevin D. Hoover, ed., The New Classical Macroeconomics, The University of California Press at Davis, 1992; reprinted in Dale J. Poirier, The Methodology of Econometrics II, Hants, England: Edward Elgar, 1994.

  • "Least Squares Versus Instrumental Variables Estimation in a Simple Errors in Variables Model," Econometrica (July 1978), 961-968.

  • "Heteroscedasticity Sensitivity Diagnostics" in Sturdy Econometrics, Hants, England: Edward Elgar, 1994.

  • "The Leontief Paradox, Reconsidered," Journal of Political Economy (June 1980), 495-503; reprinted in J. Bhagwati, ed., International Trade: Selected Readings, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1986; reprinted in J. Peter Neary, ed., International Trade: The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, Edward Elgar, forthcoming, 1994; reprinted in Heinz D. Kruz and Christian Lager, Input-Output Analysis, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 1997.

  • "A Multi-country Multi-factor Test of the Factor Abundance Theory," with H.P. Bowen and L. Sveikauskus, American Economic Review, 77, no. 5, December 1987, 791 - 809; reprinted in Peter Neary, ed., International Trade: The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, London: Edward Elgar Publishing, Ltd., .

  • "International Trade Theory: The Evidence", with James Levinsohn,in G. Grossman and K. Rogoff, eds., Handbook of International Economics, Vol III, 1995, pp. 1339-1394.

  • "Paths of Development in the Three-Good n-Factor General Equilibrium Model," Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 95, No. 5, October, 1987, 961-999.

  • "The Heckscher-Ohlin Model in Theory and Practice," Graham Lecture, Princeton Studies in International Finance, No. 77, February 1995

  • "U.S. Wages and the Mexican-U.S. Free Trade Agreement", in Peter Garber, ed., The Mexico-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, Cambridge: M.I.T. Press, 1994, pp. 57-128.

  • "U.S. Manufacturing and an Emerging Mexico," The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 4, No. 1, Spring 1993, 51-89.

  • Report of the NOAA Panel on Contingent Valuation," with Kenneth Arrow, Paul Portney, Roy Radner, Howard Schumann and Robert Solow, Federal Register, Friday, January 15, 1993, 4602-4614.

  • Enciclopedia y Biblioteca Virtual de las Ciencias Sociales, Econmicas y Jurdicas Economistas