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Francesca Molinari
Francesca Molinari
Professor of Economics, Cornell University
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The nature of risk preferences: Evidence from insurance choices
L Barseghyan, F Molinari, T O’Donoghue, JC Teitelbaum
American Economic Review, 2010
4702010
Rounding probabilistic expectations in surveys
CF Manski, F Molinari
Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 28 (2), 219-231, 2010
3292010
Asymptotic properties for a class of partially identified models
A Beresteanu, F Molinari
Econometrica 76 (4), 763-814, 2008
3212008
Sharp identification regions in models with convex moment predictions
A Beresteanu, I Molchanov, F Molinari
Econometrica 79 (6), 1785-1821, 2011
290*2011
Estimating the COVID-19 infection rate: Anatomy of an inference problem
CF Manski, F Molinari
Journal of Econometrics 220 (1), 181-192, 2021
2042021
Partial identification of probability distributions with misclassified data
F Molinari
Journal of Econometrics 144 (1), 81-117, 2008
1872008
Confidence intervals for projections of partially identified parameters
H Kaido, F Molinari, J Stoye
Econometrica 87 (4), 1397-1432, 2019
149*2019
Microeconometrics with Partial Identification
F Molinari
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.11751, 2020
137*2020
Estimating risk preferences in the field
L Barseghyan, F Molinari, T O’Donoghue, JC Teitelbaum
Journal of Economic Literature 56 (2), 501-564, 2018
1242018
Statistical analysis of choice experiments and surveys
DL McFadden, AC Bemmaor, FG Caro, J Dominitz, BH Jun, A Lewbel, ...
Marketing Letters 16 (3), 183-196, 2005
1192005
Spatial correlation robust inference with errors in location or distance
TG Conley, F Molinari
Journal of Econometrics 140 (1), 76-96, 2007
1122007
Heterogeneous choice sets and preferences
L Barseghyan, M Coughlin, F Molinari, JC Teitelbaum
Econometrica 89 (5), 2015-2048, 2021
97*2021
Partial identification using random set theory
A Beresteanu, I Molchanov, F Molinari
Journal of Econometrics 166 (1), 17-32, 2012
862012
Missing treatments
F Molinari
Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 28 (1), 82-95, 2010
802010
Random sets in econometrics
I Molchanov, F Molinari
Cambridge University Press, 2018
682018
Discrete choice under risk with limited consideration
L Barseghyan, F Molinari, M Thirkettle
American Economic Review 111 (6), 1972-2006, 2021
632021
Precise or imprecise probabilities? Evidence from survey response related to late-onset dementia
P Giustinelli, CF Manski, F Molinari
Journal of the European Economic Association 20 (1), 187-221, 2022
47*2022
Applications of Random Set Theory in Econometrics
I Molchanov, F Molinari
Annual Review of Economics 6 (1), 2013
43*2013
Tail and center rounding of probabilistic expectations in the health and retirement study
P Giustinelli, CF Manski, F Molinari
Journal of econometrics 231 (1), 265-281, 2022
392022
Best linear approximations to set identified functions: with an application to the gender wage gap
AG Chandrasekhar, V Chernozhukov, F Molinari, P Schrimpf
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
39*2019
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