Han Hong

Han Hong came to Duke in the Fall of 2003, after spending five years on the faculty at Princeton University. He received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1998. His research interests are in the fields of theoretical econometrics and econometric applications in applied microeconomics. Some of his recent research focused on structural estimation of empirical auction models and monte carlo markov chain based estimation methods.
Recent Research
"Likelihood Inference for some Nonregular Econometric Models" (with V. Chernozhukov)
"Measurement Error Models with Auxiliary Data" (with X. Chen and E. Tamer)
"Nonparametric Tests for Common Values in First-Price Sealed-Bid Auctions" (with P. Haile and M. Shum)

Office Information
Office hrs:
221B Soc. Sci.
(919) 660-1890
(919) 684-8974

Selected Publications
"A MCMC approach to classical estimation" (with V. Chernozhukov), Journal of Econometrics, Vol. 115, 2003
"Rates of Information Aggregation in Common Value Auctions" (with M. Shum), forthcoming, Journal of Economic Theory, 2003
"A simple estimator for nonlinear error in variable models" (With E. Tamer), forthcoming, Journal of Econometrics, 2003
Course Descriptions

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