David Benatia

CREST - ENSAE

France

HEC Montreal

3000, Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine

Montreal, Quebec H2X 2L3

Canada

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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Dealing with Logs and Zeros in Regression Models

CREST - Série des Documents de Travail n° 2019-13
Number of pages: 71 Posted: 05 Sep 2019 Last Revised: 05 Apr 2022
Christophe Bellégo, David Benatia, David Benatia and Louis-Daniel Pape
CREST (Center for Research in Economics and Statistics) - ENSAE (National School for Statistics and Economic Administration), HEC MontrealCREST - ENSAE and CREST - Institut Polytechnique de Paris
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Log(0), Log of zero, Log-log, Bias, Elasticity, PPML, Contraction mapping, Gravity model, Iterative estimator, Log-linear, Selection bias.

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Ring the Alarm! Electricity Markets, Renewables, and the Pandemic

USAEE Working Paper No. 20-473
Number of pages: 63 Posted: 01 Oct 2020 Last Revised: 28 Oct 2021
David Benatia and David Benatia
HEC MontrealCREST - ENSAE
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Energy Transition, COVID-19, Demand, Electricity Markets, Machine Learning

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Reaching New Lows? The Pandemic's Consequences for Electricity Markets

USAEE Working Paper No. 20-454
Number of pages: 58 Posted: 15 Jun 2020 Last Revised: 07 Jul 2021
David Benatia, David Benatia and Samuel Gingras
HEC MontrealCREST - ENSAE and affiliation not provided to SSRN
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COVID-19, Demand, Energy, Electricity Markets

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Estimating COVID-19 Prevalence in the United States: A Sample Selection Model Approach

Number of pages: 27 Posted: 18 May 2020
David Benatia, David Benatia, Raphael Godefroy and Joshua Lewis
HEC MontrealCREST - ENSAE, University of Montreal and University of Montreal
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coronavirus disease 2019; Population Infection Rates; Sample Selection Bias