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Takuya Ura

Education

  • Ph.D., Economics, Duke University, 2016
  • M.A., Economics, University of Tokyo, 2011
  • B.A., Economics, Keio University, 2008

About

Given name: Takuya (pronounced as “Tah-Koo-Yah”)

CV: Dropbox Link

 

Working papers:

 - Finite Sample Inference for the Maximum Score Estimand with Adam M. Rosen

Identification and Inference of Network Formation Games with Misclassified Links  with Luis E. Candelaria

Welfare Analysis via Marginal Treatment Effects  with Yuya Sasaki

 - Linear Programming Approach to Nonparametric Inference under Shape Restrictions: with an Application to Regression Kink Designs with Harold D. Chiang, Kengo Kato, and Yuya Sasaki

Testing Homogeneity in Dynamic Discrete Games in Finite Samples with Federico A. Bugni and Jackson Bunting

Slow Movers in Panel Data  with Yuya Sasaki

 

Published and forthcoming papers: 

Average Treatment Effect Estimates Robust to the `Limited Overlap’ Problem: robustate with Yuya Sasaki, Stata Journal, forthcoming

Unconditional Quantile Regression with High Dimensional Data with Yuya Sasaki and Yichong Zhang, Quantitative Economics, forthcoming

Estimation and Inference for Policy Relevant Treatment Effects with Yuya Sasaki, Journal of Econometrics, forthcoming

Estimation and Inference for Moments of Ratios with Robustness against Large Trimming Bias, with Yuya Sasaki, Econometric Theory, 38 (1), 66–112, February 2022

Instrumental Variable Quantile Regression with MisclassificationEconometric Theory, 37 (1), 169-204, February 2021

Robust Inference in Deconvolution, with Kengo Kato and Yuya Sasaki, Quantitative Economics, 12 (1), 109-142, January 2021

Non-separable Models with High-dimensional Data, with Liangjun Su and Yichong Zhang, Journal of Econometrics, 212 (2), 646-677, October 2019

Inference in Dynamic Discrete Choice Problems under Local Misspecification, with Federico A. Bugni, Quantitative Economics, 10 (1), 67-103, January 2019

Heterogeneous Treatment Effects with Mismeasured Endogenous TreatmentQuantitative Economics, 9 (3), 1335-1370, November 2018