Mark F.J. Steel

University of Edinburgh - Economics

Professor

50 George Square

Edinburgh, EH8 9JY

Scotland

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Scholarly Papers (6)

1.

On Bayesian Modelling of Fat Tails and Skewness

Number of pages: 31 Posted: 26 Nov 1996
Carmen Fernandez and Mark F.J. Steel
University of St. Andrews - School of Mathematics and Statistics and University of Edinburgh - Economics
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Numerical Tools for the Bayesian Analysis of Stochastic Frontier Models

Number of pages: 17 Posted: 14 Jan 1997
Jacek Osiewalski and Mark F.J. Steel
Cracow University of Economics and University of Edinburgh - Economics
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3.

We Just Averaged Over Two Trillion Cross-Country Growth Regressions

IMF Working Paper No. 99/101
Number of pages: 20 Posted: 15 Feb 2006
Eduardo Ley and Mark F.J. Steel
World Bank and University of Edinburgh - Economics
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Bayesian model averaging choice of regressors economic growth Markov chain Monte Carlo prediction

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A Model of Management Teams

Managerial and Decision Economics Vol. 19, p. 355-363, 1998
Posted: 25 Aug 1998 Last Revised: 03 Aug 2010
Eduardo Ley and Mark F.J. Steel
World Bank and University of Edinburgh - Economics

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On the Private Provision of Public Goods: A Diagrammatic Exposition

Posted: 25 Aug 1998
Eduardo Ley and Mark F.J. Steel
World Bank and University of Edinburgh - Economics

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On the Use of Panel Data in Bayesian Stochastic Frontier Models

Posted: 20 Dec 1996
Carmen Fernandez, Jacek Osiewalski and Mark F.J. Steel
University of St. Andrews - School of Mathematics and Statistics, Cracow University of Economics and University of Edinburgh - Economics

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