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Luc BISSONNETTE

Professeur adjoint

Coordonnées

Bureau : DeSève 2160
Téléphone : 418 656-2131 poste 5453

 

Formation universitaire

PhD (CentER, Tilburg University)

Curriculum vitae

 

 

Domaines de recherche

  • Économie du vieillissement
  • Économétrie appliquée
  • Économie du comportement
 

Publications

  • Soest, Arthur van, Bissonnette, Luc (2015) , "Heterogeneity in Consumers’ Income and Pension Expectations", Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, Volume 14(4) pp. 439–465 en savoir plus
  • Bellemare, Charles; Bissonnette, Luc and Sabine Kröger (2012) , "Flexible Approximation of Subjective Expectations using Probability Questions", Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, vol. 30, no 1, January, pp. 125-131 en savoir plus résumé
  • Soest, Arthur van, Bissonnette, Luc (2012) , "The Future of Retirement and the Pension System: How the Public’s Expectations Vary over Time and across Socio-Economic Groups", IZA Journal of European Labour Study, Volume 1(1) no 2. en savoir plus
  • Bellemare, Charles; Bissonnette, Luc and Sabine Kröger (2010) , "Bounding Preference Parameters under Different Assumptions about Beliefs: a Partial Identification Approach", Experimental Economics, vol. 13, no 3, September, pp. 334-345 en savoir plus
 

Projets de recherche

"Individual Survival Curves Comparing Subjective and Observed Mortality Risks" avec Pierre-Carl Michaud et Michael Hurd

"Eliciting Subjective Survival Curves: Lessons from Partial Identification" avec Jochem de Bresser

"Statistical Power of within/between Subject Designs in Economic Experiments" avec Charles Bellemare et Sabine Kröger

"The Financial Crisis and Consumers' Income and Pension Expectations" avec Arthur van Soest

 

Programmes

Statistical Power of Within and Between-Subjects Designs in Economic Experiments

Description:
This Stata program can be used to simulate statistical power for a class of popular data-generating processes encountered in experimental economics using a single command line.

Fichiers: mise à jour / update 03-18-2016

All files (powerBBK.zip)

Note that all files must be in the same directory in order for the program to work properly.


Flexible Approximation of Subjective Expectations Using Probability Questions

Description :
This Stata program estimates a distribution using cubic splines interpolations, as presented by Bellemare et al. (JBES, 2012). The function can return the expected value, specified quantiles, and random draws from the estimated distribution.

Fichiers:

splinesBBK.ado
splinesBBK.sthlp

All files (splinesBBK.zip)

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