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Publications


Publications Mark F.J. Steel

 

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Nonrefereed publications:

  • Bayesian inference on impulse responses, with G. Koop and J. Osiewalski, American Statistical Association: 1993 Proceedings of the Section on Bayesian Statistical Science, ASA, Alexandria, (1993), 214-222. [113]
  • Modeling the sources of output growth in a panel of countries: A Bayesian methodology, with G. Koop and J. Osiewalski, (invited paper), American Statistical Association: 1997 Proceedings of the Business and Economic Statistics Section, ASA, Alexandria, (1997), 8-17. [114]
  • Statistical modelling of fishing activities in the North Atlantic, with C. Fernández and E. Ley, in R. W. Payne and P. W. Lane, eds., COMPSTAT 1998, Proceedings in Computational Statistics, Short Communications and Posters, Harpenden, IACR-Rothamsted, (1998), 163-164. [115]
  • Modelling technical and environmental efficiency, with C. Fernández and G. Koop (keynote address), in L. Oxley and F. Scrimgeour, eds., Proceedings of the International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Volume 4, Hamilton, New Zealand, (1999), 1099-1106. [116]
  • Modelling production with undesirable outputs, with C. Fernández and G. Koop (keynote address), in V. Nunez-Anton and E. Ferreira, eds., Statistical Modelling, Proceedings of the 15th International Workshop on Statistical Modelling, Bilbao, Spain, (2000), 18-29. [117]
  • Bayesian Model Averaging and forecasting, invited paper for the Special Issue (number 200) of the Bulletin of E.U. and U.S. Inflation and Macroeconomic Analysis, (2011), 30-41. [118]
  • Editorial, with C. Papageorgiou, Special issue of the European Economic Review on Model Uncertainty in Economics, 81, (2016), 1. [119]


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