New Journal Article: Competing Risks Quantile Regression at Work: In-depth Exploration of the Role of Public Child Support for the Duration of Maternity Leave

Competing Risks Quantile Regression at Work: In-depth Exploration of the Role of Public Child Support for the Duration of Maternity Leave

 
10/14/2016

CBS Economics Department Professor Ralf Wilke and colleagues have worked out a new peer-reviewed journal article issued in Journal of Applied Statistics. The journal article - Competing Risks Quantile Regression at Work: In-depth Exploration of the Role of Public Child Support for the Duration of Maternity Leave present a first application of a CRQR model to large administrative data and the CRQR model estimates suggest a changing direction in the partial relationship between maternity benefits and the probability of observing a transition to unemployment.

You can find the journal article here Competing Risks Quantile Regression at Work: In-depth Exploration of the Role of Public Child Support for the Duration of Maternity Leave 

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