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W16&105. Christopher Bliss, Corruption with Small Corrupt Agents Zipped
W15&108, revised as W27. Neil Shephard & Michael K Pitt, `Likelihood inference for non-Gaussian measurement time series,' (1997) Biometrika, 84, 653-67.
W14&104. R Blundell & Steven Bond, Initial conditions and moment restrictions in dynamic panel data models. Zipped
W13&103. A B Atkinson, Income Distribution in Europe and the United States Zipped.Pdf.
W12. Guido W Imbens, Richard H Spady & Phillip Johnson, `Information theoretic approaches to inference in moment condition models,' (1998) Econometrica, 66, 333-57.
W11&98. Bent Nielsen, `Bartlett correction of the unit root test in autoregressive models,' (1997) Biometrika, 84, 500-504.
W10&95. Steve Corcoran, A C Davison & Richard H Spady, Reliable inference from empirical likelihoods.
W9&94. Neil Shephard, `Statistical aspects of ARCH and stochastic volatility', in Time Series Models in Econometrics, Finance and Other Fields, 1-67, edited by D.R.Cox, O.E.Barndorff-Nielson and D.V.Hinkley. (1996) London: Chapman and Hall.
W8. Neil Shephard, Generalized linear autoregressions. Zipped Abstract
W7. David Hendry, `On the interactions of unit roots and exogeneity', (1995) Econometric Reviews, 14.
W6. Luigi Ermini & David Hendry, Log income versus linear income: an application of the encompassing principle. Zipped
W5. Rebecca A Emerson and David Hendry, `An evaluation of forecasting using leading indicators', (1996) Journal of Forecasting, 15.
W3. Sangjoon Kim & Neil Shephard, Revised as W26.
W2. Piet De Jong and Neil Shephard, `Efficient sampling from the smoothing density in time series models.' (1995) Biometrika, 82, 339--350.
W1. Andrew C Harvey and Neil Shephard, `The estimation of an asymmetric stochastic volatility model for asset returns.' (1996) Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 14, 429-434.
W4&91. Jurgen A Doornik & Henrik Hansen, An omnibus test for univariate and multivariate normality.' Zipped
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