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Adam Rosen

Adam Rosen

International Research Fellow


PhD Economics, Northwestern University, 2006
BA Mathematics and Economics, Cornell University, 1999

Adam is an Associate Professor of Economics at Duke University and a Research economist at the IFS. His research interests are in Econometrics and Applied Industrial Organization.

Journal articles

Journal article | Econometrica
Journal article | Econometrics Journal
In this paper, the authors study a random-coefficients model for a binary outcome.

Working papers

Cemmap Working Paper CWP43/18
This chapter sets out the extension of the scope of the classical IV model to cases in which unobserved variables are set-valued functions of observed variables.
Cemmap Working Paper CWP27/17
This paper studies identification and estimation of the distribution of bidder valuations in an incomplete model of English auctions. As in Haile and Tamer (2003) bidders are assumed to (i) bid no more than their valuations and (ii) never let an opponent win at a price they are willing to beat. ...


This paper was presented at the 2013 Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics conference in Econometrics: Partial Identification, Weak Identification, and Related Econometric Problems. The conference took place on 5 June 2013 at YALE SOM, Watson Center.
This paper was presented at Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach conference on "Mathematical Statistics of Partially Identified Objects" on 22 April 2013.