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Can expert knowledge compensate for data scarcity in crop insurance pricing?
Although there is an increasing interest in index-based insurances in many developing countries, crop data scarcity hinders its implementation by forcing insurers to charge higher premiums. Expert knowledge has been ...
Estimation andDeterminants of ChineseBanks’ Total FactorEfficiency:
A New VisionBased on UnbalancedDevelopment of ChineseBanks and Their OverallRisk
The development of shadow banking system in China catalyzes the expansion of banks’ off-balance-sheet activities, resulting in a distortion of China’s traditional credit expansion and underestimation of its commercial ...
Identifying Berlin's landvalue map using AdaptiveWeights Smoothing
We use Adaptive Weights Smoothing (AWS) of Polzehl and Spokoiny (2000, 2003, 2006) to estimate a map of land values for Berlin, Germany. Our data are prices of undeveloped land that was transacted between 1996-2009. Even ...
Estimating the Value ofUrban Green Space
Ahedonic Pricing Analysis ofthe Housing Market inCologne, Germany
Urban Green Space (UGS) such as parks and forests provide a wide range of environmental and recreational benefits. One objective in the conservation efforts of UGS is to analyse the benefits associated with UGS in order ...
When the Taylor principle isinsufficient
A benchmarkfor the fiscal theory of theprice level in a monetaryunion
This paper derives restrictions on monetary and fiscal policies for determinate equilibria in a two-country monetary union with autarkic members. It finds that a central bank following the Taylor principle may not be ...