Patrick Bayer mainly focuses on Census, Econometrics, Discrete choice, Demographic economics and Sorting. Among his research on Census, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Reverse causation, Referral, City block, Work and Residence. Patrick Bayer has included themes like Economies of agglomeration, Microeconomics and Willingness to pay in his Econometrics study.
His Willingness to pay study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Violent crime, Boundary and Endogeneity. His research ties Economic inequality and Discrete choice together. Demographic economics and Geography are two areas of study in which Patrick Bayer engages in interdisciplinary research.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Demographic economics, Econometrics, Sorting, Census and Discrete choice. His work deals with themes such as Counterfactual thinking, Consumption, Earnings and General equilibrium theory, which intersect with Demographic economics. His Counterfactual thinking course of study focuses on Tiebout model and Public finance and Public economics.
His work on Unobservable as part of general Econometrics study is frequently linked to Identification, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work on Microdata as part of general Census research is frequently linked to Work, Labour economics, Family structure and Economic inequality, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Patrick Bayer works mostly in the field of Discrete choice, limiting it down to topics relating to Monte Carlo method and, in certain cases, Dynamic problem and Bellman equation.
Patrick Bayer spends much of his time researching Demographic economics, Jury, Earnings, Bust and Labour economics. The study of Demographic economics is intertwined with the study of Developing country in a number of ways. The concepts of his Jury study are interwoven with issues in Research design, Representation and Criminology.
His Research design research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social psychology and Politics. While the research belongs to areas of Labour economics, he spends his time largely on the problem of Ethnic group, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Prejudice. Patrick Bayer interconnects Preference heterogeneity, Econometrics, Willingness to pay, Estimator and Data set in the investigation of issues within Violent crime.
Patrick Bayer mostly deals with Demographic economics, Bust, Percentile, White and Earnings distribution. Patrick Bayer connects Demographic economics with African american in his research. Bust overlaps with fields such as Speculation, Capital asset pricing model, Asset, Financial intermediary and Empirical evidence in his research.
His Speculation study incorporates themes from Financial economics, Asset market and Monetary economics. His Percentile research incorporates elements of Earnings, Quantile, Position and Distribution. White is frequently linked to Labour economics in his study.
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Place of Work and Place of Residence: Informal Hiring Networks and Labor Market Outcomes
Patrick Bayer;Stephen L. Ross;Giorgio Topa.
Journal of Political Economy (2008)
A Unified Framework for Measuring Preferences for Schools and Neighborhoods
Patrick Bayer;Fernando Ferreira;Robert McMillan.
Journal of Political Economy (2007)
Building Criminal Capital behind Bars: Peer Effects in Juvenile Corrections
Patrick J. Bayer;Randi Hjalmarsson;David Pozen.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (2009)
Migration and Hedonic Valuation: The Case of Air Quality
Patrick Bayer;Nathaniel Keohane;Christopher Timmins.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2009)
THE EFFECTS OF FINANCIAL EDUCATION IN THE WORKPLACE: EVIDENCE FROM A SURVEY OF EMPLOYERS
Patrick J. Bayer;B. Douglas Bernheim;John Karl Scholz.
Economic Inquiry (2009)
Beyond Signaling and Human Capital: Education and the Revelation of Ability †
Peter Arcidiacono;Patrick Bayer;Aurel Hizmo.
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics (2010)
Estimating Equilibrium Models Of Sorting Across Locations
Patrick Bayer;Christopher Timmins.
The Economic Journal (2007)
The Impact of Jury Race in Criminal Trials
Shamena Anwar;Patrick Bayer;Randi Hjalmarsson.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (2012)
A Dynamic Model of Demand for Houses and Neighborhoods
Patrick Bayer;Robert McMillan;Alvin Murphy;Christopher Timmins.
An Equilibrium Model of Sorting in an Urban Housing Market
Patrick Bayer;Robert McMillan;Kim Rueben.
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
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