Daniel L. Millimet mainly investigates Panel data, Public economics, Econometrics, Foreign direct investment and Endogeneity. His research ties Microeconomics and Panel data together. His Public economics research includes elements of Strategic interaction and Pollution haven hypothesis.
His research integrates issues of Estimator, Bilateral trade, Propensity score matching and Parametric statistics in his study of Econometrics. Daniel L. Millimet focuses mostly in the field of Foreign direct investment, narrowing it down to matters related to Labour economics and, in some cases, Instrumental variable and Multinational corporation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Socioeconomic status, Null hypothesis, Demographic economics and Human capital.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Econometrics, Panel data, Estimator, Public economics and Nonparametric statistics. His Econometrics research incorporates elements of Statistics, Propensity score matching and Parametric statistics. His Panel data study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pollution haven hypothesis and Foreign direct investment.
His Estimator study which covers Sample that intersects with Fertility and Wage. Daniel L. Millimet combines subjects such as Competition and Race to the bottom with his study of Public economics. His Nonparametric statistics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Bidding and Common value auction.
Daniel L. Millimet mostly deals with Econometrics, Monetary economics, Panel data, Covariate and Debt. His Instrumental variable study, which is part of a larger body of work in Econometrics, is frequently linked to Identification, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Panel data study incorporates themes from Economic mobility and Foreign direct investment.
His study looks at the relationship between Foreign direct investment and fields such as Quantile, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Covariate study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sampling bias, Missing data, Imputation, Endogeneity and Estimator. His studies in Estimator integrate themes in fields like Deconvolution, Propensity score matching and Kernel.
Daniel L. Millimet mainly focuses on Covariate, Econometrics, Estimator, Instrumental variable and Endogeneity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Panel data, Early childhood and Financial literacy in addition to Covariate. The Estimator study combines topics in areas such as Deconvolution, Propensity score matching and Kernel.
His Instrumental variable research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sampling bias and Missing data, Imputation. His research in Endogeneity intersects with topics in Public economics, Pollution haven hypothesis, Foreign direct investment, Multinational corporation and Labour economics. His work on Non-linear least squares and Variables as part of his general Statistics study is frequently connected to Longitudinal data, Multiple time dimensions and Observational error, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
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Strategic Interaction and the Determination of Environmental Policy across U.S. States
Per G. Fredriksson;Daniel L. Millimet.
Journal of Urban Economics (2002)
Effects of Environmental Regulations on Manufacturing Plant Births: Evidence from a Propensity-Score-Matching Estimator
John A. List;Daniel L. Millimet;Per G. Fredriksson;W. Warren McHone.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (2003)
The Environmental Kuznets Curve: Real Progress or Misspecified Models?
Daniel L. Millimet;John A. List;Thanasis Stengos.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (2003)
Credit programs for the poor and the health status of children in rural bangladesh
Mark M. Pitt;Shahidur R. Khandker;Omar Haider Chowdhury;Daniel L. Millimet.
International Economic Review (2003)
Bureaucratic corruption, environmental policy and inbound US FDI: theory and evidence
Per G. Fredriksson;John A. List;Daniel L. Millimet.
Journal of Public Economics (2003)
Credit Programs for the Poor and the Health Status of Children in Rural Bangladesh
Omar Haider Chowdhury;Shahidur R. Khandker;Daniel L. Millimet;Daniel L. Millimet;Mark M. Pitt.
Social Science Research Network (2003)
School Nutrition Programs and the Incidence of Childhood Obesity.
Daniel L. Millimet;Rusty Tchernis;Muna Husain.
Journal of Human Resources (2010)
Three New Empirical Tests of the Pollution Haven Hypothesis When Environmental Regulation is Endogenous
Daniel L. Millimet;Jayjit Roy.
Journal of Applied Econometrics (2016)
Assessing the Empirical Impact of Environmental Federalism
Daniel L. Millimet.
Journal of Regional Science (2003)
Is Gravity Linear
Daniel J. Henderson;Daniel L. Millimet.
Journal of Applied Econometrics (2008)
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