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Employment Polarization and Immigrant Employment Opportunities
Building on the task-based approach of technological change, this paper discusses the interaction between occupational polarization (e.g. a gradual increase of native employment in the lowest and highest-paying jobs) and ...
Interacting Productand Labor MarketRegulation and theImpact of Immigrationon Native Wages
Does interacting product and labor market regulation alter the impact of immigration on wages of competing native workers? Focusing on the large, sudden and unanticipated wave of migration from East to West Germany after ...
Confidence Corridorsfor MultivariateGeneralizedQuantile Regression
We focus on the construction of confidence corridors for multivariate nonparametric generalized quantile regression functions. This construction is based on asymptotic results for the maximal deviation between a suitable ...
Functional stable limit theorems for efficient spectral covolatility estimators
We consider noisy non-synchronous discrete observations of a continuous semimartingale. Functional stable central limit theorems are established under high-frequency asymptotics in three setups: onedimensional for the ...
Nonparametric Test fora Constant Beta over aFixed Time Interval
We derive a nonparametric test for constant (continuous) beta over a fixed interval of time. Continuous beta is defined as the ratio of the continuous covariation between an asset and observable risk factor (e.g., the ...
Do Maternal HealthProblems InfluenceChild's WorryingStatus?
Evidence from BritishCohort Study
The influence of maternal health problems on child's worrying status is important in practice in terms of the intervention of maternal health problems early for the influence on child's worrying status. Conventional methods ...
Inflation ExpectationsSpillovers between theUnited States and EuroArea
We quantify spillovers of inflation expectations between the United States (US) and Euro Area (EA) based on break-even inflation (BEI) rates. In contrast to previous studies, we model US and EA BEI rates jointly in a ...