His scientific interests lie mostly in Econometrics, Labour economics, Statistics, Unemployment and Panel data. His research in the fields of Fixed effects model overlaps with other disciplines such as Residual. His Labour economics research integrates issues from Business cycle, Competition, Selection, Search model and Business economics.
His study in Unemployment is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Vocational education, Minimum wage, Wage and Monopsony. His Panel data research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Joint probability distribution and Attrition. His Estimator study deals with Propensity score matching intersecting with Score test, Efficient estimator and Sieve estimator.
His main research concerns Econometrics, Statistics, Estimator, Nonparametric statistics and Panel data. His work deals with themes such as Unemployment, Search model, Outcome and Marginal distribution, which intersect with Econometrics. Geert Ridder studied Statistics and Identification that intersect with Matching.
Geert Ridder has included themes like Applied mathematics and Nonlinear system in his Estimator study. His Nonparametric statistics research incorporates elements of Covariate and Moment. His Panel data research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sample, Missing data, Joint probability distribution and Attrition.
Geert Ridder spends much of his time researching Statistics, Estimator, Identification, Econometrics and Applied mathematics. Geert Ridder has researched Estimator in several fields, including Mathematical optimization, Monte Carlo method, Inference and Nonlinear system. His work carried out in the field of Identification brings together such families of science as Matching and Match function.
His studies in Econometrics integrate themes in fields like Attrition, Missing data and Marginal distribution. His Applied mathematics study also includes fields such as
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Efficient estimation of average treatment effects using the estimated propensity score
Keisuke Hirano;Guido W. Imbens;Geert Ridder.
True and Spurious Duration Dependence: The Identifiability of the Proportional Hazard Model
Chris Elbers;Geert Ridder.
The Review of Economic Studies (1982)
An empirical equilibrium search model of the labor market
Gerard J. van den Berg;Geert Ridder.
VACANCIES AND THE RECRUITMENT OF NEW EMPLOYEES
Jan van Ours;Geert Ridder.
Journal of Labor Economics (1992)
The Econometrics of Data Combination
Geert Ridder;Robert Moffitt.
Research Papers in Economics (2007)
POOLING STATES IN THE MULTINOMIAL LOGIT MODEL
J.S. Cramer;G. Ridder.
Journal of Econometrics (1991)
An impact evaluation of education, health, and water supply investments by the Bolivian social investment fund
John Newman;Menno Pradhan;Laura B. Rawlings;Geert Ridder.
The World Bank Economic Review (2002)
Stratified partial likelihood estimation.
Geert Ridder;İnsan Tunalı.
Journal of Econometrics (1999)
THE NONPARAMETRIC IDENTIFICATION OF GENERALIZED ACCELERATED FAILURE-TIME MODELS
The Review of Economic Studies (1990)
Combining panel data sets with attrition and refreshment samples
Keisuke Hirano;Guido W. Imbens;Guido W. Imbens;Geert Ridder;Geert Ridder;Donald B. Rubin.
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