Irene Botosaru

Assistant professor (lecturer)
Department of Economics
University of Bristol

Research field: Econometrics
PhD: Yale University


Nonparametric Analysis of a Duration Model with Stochastic Unobserved Heterogeneity (2019).
Journal of Econometrics, accepted.    [Abstract]    [Paper]

On the Role of Covariates in the Synthetic Control Method (2019, with Bruno Ferman).
The Econometrics Journal,    [Abstract]    [Paper]

Nonparametric Heteroskedasticity in Persistent Panel Processes: An Application to Earnings Dynamics (2018, with Yuya Sasaki).
Journal of Econometrics, 203(2): 283-296.    [Abstract]    [Paper]

Difference-in-Differences When the Treatment Status is Observed in Only One Period (2018, with Federico Gutierrez).
Journal of Applied Econometrics, 33(1): 73-90.    [Abstract]    [Paper]

Working Papers

Binarization for Panel Models with Fixed Effects (2017, with Chris Muris).
Submitted. [Paper]

Identifying Distributions in a Panel Model with Heteroskedasticity: An Application to Earnings Volatility (updated 05/2019).
Submitted.    [Abstract]    [Paper]

Work in Progress

Forecasted Treatment Effects (with Raffaella Giacomini and Martin Weidner)

Time-Varying Linear Transformation Models with Fixed Effects and Endogeneity for Short Panels (with Chris Muris and Senay Sokullu)

Nonparametric Identification and Estimation of a Potential Hazard Model

Identification of a Duration Model with Time Deformed Unobserved Heterogeneity

A Duration Model with Dynamic Unobserved Heterogeneity. TSE working paper 11-262