Kevin E. Staub

Working papers


Assessing the quality of public services: Does hospital competition crowd out the for-profit quality gap?

  JS Kunz, C Propper, KE Staub, R Winkelmann


Online accessibility of scholarly literature, and academic innovation

  T Boppart, KE Staub


Controlling for multilateral resistance terms in linearized trade gravity equations without spatial econometrics

  PH Egger, KE Staub


Trade preferences and bilateral trade in goods and services: a structural approach

  P Egger, M Larch, KE Staub



Peer-reviewed publications


Predicting individual effects in fixed effects panel probit models

  JS Kunz, KE Staub, R Winkelmann

  accepted for publication in Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A.


The effects of self-assessed health: Dealing with and understanding misclassification bias

  L Chen, PM Clarke, DJ Petrie, KE Staub

  Journal of Health Economics, in press, DOI: 10.1016/j.jhealeco.2021.102463


The effect of income-based mandates on the demand for private hospital insurance and its dynamics

  T Buchmueller, TC Cheng, NTA Pham, KE Staub

  Journal of Health Economics, 75, 102403, 2021.


The impact of voluntary front-of-pack nutrition labelling on packaged food reformulation: A difference-in-differences analysis of the Australasian Health Star Rating scheme

  L Bablani, C NiMhurchu, B Neal, CL Skeels, KE Staub, T Blakely

  PLOS Medicine, 17 (11), e1003427, 2020.


Early subjective completion beliefs and the demand for post-secondary education

  JS Kunz, KE Staub

  Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 177, 34-55, 2020.


feologit: A new command for fitting fixed-effects ordered logit models

  G Baetschmann, A Ballantyne, KE Staub, R Winkelmann

  The Stata Journal, 20 (2), 253-275, 2020.


Does the stork deliver happiness? Parenthood and life satisfaction

  G Baetschmann, KE Staub, R Studer

  Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 130, 242-260, 2016.


GLM estimation of trade gravity models with fixed effects

  PH Egger, KE Staub

  Empirical Economics, 50 (1), 137-175, 2016.


Consistent estimation of the fixed effects ordered logit model

  G Baetschmann, KE Staub, R Winkelmann

  Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A, 178 (3), 685-703, 2015.


A causal interpretation of extensive and intensive margin effects in generalized Tobit models

  KE Staub

  Review of Economics and Statistics, 96 (2), 371-375, 2014.


Consistent estimation of zero-inflated count data models

  KE Staub, R Winkelmann

  Health Economics, 22 (6), 673-686, 2013.


The trade effects of endogenous preferential trade agreements

  P Egger, M Larch, KE Staub, R Winkelmann

  American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 3 (3), 113-143, 2011.


Relative Status and Satisfaction

  S Boes, K Staub, R Winkelmann

  Economics Letters, 109 (3), 168-170, 2010.


Simple tests for exogeneity of a binary explanatory variable in count data regression models

  KE Staub

  Communications in Statistics: Simulation and Computation, 38 (9), 1834-1855, 2009.


Statistical software components


BRFEGLM: Stata module to perform bias-reduced estimation of fixed effects panel models

  A Ballantyne, JS Kunz, KE Staub, R Winkelmann

  Current version: 2020.

  To install, type

  "net install brfeglm, from("https://raw.githubusercontent.com/JohannesSKunz/brfeglm/master/")" in Stata.


FEOLOGIT: Stata module for fitting fixed effects ordered logit models

  G Baetschmann, A Ballantyne, KE Staub, R Winkelmann

  Current version: 2020.

  To install, type "net install st0596" in Stata.


BRGLM: Stata module to perform bias-reduced estimation of binary response models

  JS Kunz, KE Staub, R Winkelmann

  Current version: 2017.

  To install, type "ssc install brglm" in Stata.




Department of Economics

111 Barry Street

The University of Melbourne, 3010 VIC

Australia



Contact:

Email: kevin.staub[at]unimelb.edu.au

Phone: 03 903 53776

Office: FBE 344






This version: April, 2021

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