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    5037 AB Tilburg


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Research interests

Applied econometrics, social interactions, multivariate duration analysis, treatment evaluation, health Economics, structural breaks in panel data


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Survival model Business & Economics
Inference Business & Economics
Exit Business & Economics
Frailty Business & Economics
Individual effects Business & Economics
Change point Business & Economics
Time-varying Business & Economics
Panel data Business & Economics

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Research Output 2016 2019

  • 2 Article
  • 1 Doctoral Thesis
  • 1 Working paper

Essays on duration analysis and labour economics

Zheng, K., 2019, Tilburg: CentER, Center for Economic Research. 124 p.

Research output: ThesisDoctoral ThesisScientific

Open Access
Duration analysis
Labor economics
Temporary contracts
Time-varying covariates

Change Point Estimation in Panel Data with Time-Varying Individual Effects

Boldea, O., Drepper, B. & Gan, Z., 2018, Ithaca: Cornell University Library, (arXiv; vol. 1808.03109).

Research output: Working paperOther research output

Change point
Individual effects
Panel data
Ordinary least squares

Identification of the timing-of-events model with multiple competing exit risks from single-spell data

Drepper, B. & Effraimidis, G., Oct 2016, In : Economics Letters. 147, p. 124-126

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Labor force

Inference for shared-frailty survival models with left-truncated data

van den Berg, G. J. & Drepper, B., 2016, In : Econometric Reviews. 35, 6, p. 1075-1098

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Survival model
Random effects
Empirical study