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Paul Schrimpf
Paul Schrimpf
Associate Professor of Economics, The University of British Columbia
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Selection on moral hazard in health insurance
L Einav, A Finkelstein, SP Ryan, P Schrimpf, MR Cullen
American Economic Review 103 (1), 178-219, 2013
5082013
Causal impact of masks, policies, behavior on early covid-19 pandemic in the US
V Chernozhukov, H Kasahara, P Schrimpf
Journal of econometrics 220 (1), 23-62, 2021
4522021
The response of drug expenditure to nonlinear contract design: Evidence from Medicare Part D
L Einav, A Finkelstein, P Schrimpf
The quarterly journal of economics 130 (2), 841-899, 2015
2542015
Optimal mandates and the welfare cost of asymmetric information: evidence from the UK annuity market
L Einav, A Finkelstein, P Schrimpf
Econometrica 78 (3), 1031-1092, 2010
1912010
Bunching at the kink: implications for spending responses to health insurance contracts
L Einav, A Finkelstein, P Schrimpf
Journal of Public Economics 146, 27-40, 2017
832017
The association of opening K–12 schools with the spread of COVID-19 in the United States: County-level panel data analysis
V Chernozhukov, H Kasahara, P Schrimpf
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (42), e2103420118, 2021
642021
L'épreuve des inégalités
H Lagrange
PUF, 2015
542015
Beyond statistics: the economic content of risk scores
L Einav, A Finkelstein, R Kluender, P Schrimpf
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 8 (2), 195-224, 2016
502016
The welfare cost of asymmetric information: Evidence from the UK annuity market
L Einav, A Finkelstein, P Schrimpf
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2007
452007
Selection on moral hazard in health insurance
L Einav, A Finkelstein, SP Ryan, P Schrimpf, MR Cullen
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2011
422011
Identification and estimation of production function with unobserved heterogeneity
H Kasahara, P Schrimpf, M Suzuki
Economic and Social Research Institute, Cabinet Office, 2022
332022
Inference for best linear approximations to set identified functions
A Chandrasekhar, V Chernozhukov, F Molinari, P Schrimpf
arXiv preprint arXiv:1212.5627, 2012
312012
The importance of being formal: testing for segmentation in the Mexican labor market
S Navarro-Lozano, P Schrimpf
Chicago, United States: University of Chicago. Manuscript, 2004
152004
IDENTIFICATION AND ESTIMATION OF DYNAMIC GAMES WITH CONTINUOUS STATES AND CONTROLS
P Schrimpf
82010
Best linear approximations to set identified functions: with an application to the gender wage gap
AG Chandrasekhar, V Chernozhukov, F Molinari, P Schrimpf
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
62019
Mask mandates and other lockdown policies reduced the spread of COVID-19 in the US
V Chernozhukov, H Kasahara, P Schrimpf
VoxEU. org 15, 2020
52020
The response of drug expenditure to contract design in Medicare Part D
L Einav, A Finkelstein, P Schrimpf
Unpublished manuscript, Stanford University, University of British Columbia …, 2013
32013
Comments on the ‘John Hopkins’ Meta Study (Herby et al., 2022) and Chisadza et al.(2021)
V Chernozhukov, H Kasahara, P Schrimpf
March. https://cdn. factcheck. org/UploadedFiles/Chernozhukov-Kasahara …, 2022
22022
A Response to Philippe Lemoine's Critique on our Paper" Causal Impact of Masks, Policies, Behavior on Early Covid-19 Pandemic in the US"
V Chernozhukov, H Kasahara, P Schrimpf
arXiv preprint arXiv:2110.06136, 2021
22021
The Association of Opening K-12 Schools and Colleges with the Spread of COVID-19 in the United States: County-Level Panel Data Analysis (preprint)
V Chernozhukov, H Kasahara, P Schrimpf
22021
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