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Mutual-to-Stock Conversions in the Thrift Industry in the 1990s With Thierry Wizman Journal of Economics and Business,March/April 1997, 49: 95-116
The 1990 Credit Slowdown: Did Large Banks Create the Credit Crunch? With Cara Lown Journal of Banking and Finance,December 1996, 20:1673-1694.
An Empirical Investigation of the Determinants of Discount Window Borrowing: A Disaggregate Analysis Journal of Banking of Finance,January 1994, 18: 183-197.
Margin Requirements, Speculative Trading and Stock Price Fluctuations: The Case of Japan With Gikas Hardouvelis Quarterly Journal of Economics,November 1992, 107: 1333-1370. Read the full text in JSTOR ››
The F-System Distribution as an Alternative to Multivariate Normality: An Application in Multivariate Models with Qualitative Dependent Variables Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods,January 1991, 20: 147-164.
Bank Size, Collateral and Net Purchase Behavior in the Federal Funds Market: Empirical Evidence With Linda Allen and Anthony Saunders Journal of Business,December 1989, 62: 501-515 Read the full text in JSTOR ››
Comparisons of the Forecasting Performance of WEFA to ARIMA Time Series Methods With Phoebus Dhrymes International Journal of Forecasting,1988, 4: 81-101
The Estimation of a Hedonic Asking and Offer Rent Equation Model: An EM Algorithm Approach With Jaime Howell Empirical Economics, 1987, 12: 203-220
The Cross Sectional Linear Time Series Model in the Presence of Qualitative Dependent Variables: An Empirical Application to the Estimation of Vacancy Probabilities With Jamie Howell American Statistical Association, Proceedings of Business and Economic Statistics,August 1987 596-601
Non-Normal Multivariate Alternatives in the Estimation of Multivariate Limited Dependent Variable Models Proceedings of Modeling and Simulation Conference,1987, 18: Part 1 220-227
The Simultaneous Equation Model in the Presence of Discrete Endogenous Variables American Statistical Association, Proceedings of Business and Economic Statistics,August 1986, 539-544.
The General Linear Structural Econometric Model in the Presence of Limited or Discrete Endogenous Variables Ph. D. Dissertation Columbia University,1984
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