Research Monograph Series Report, August 2013

Econometrica, Vol. 82, No. 1 (January, 2014), 457–459

THE ECONOMETRIC SOCIETY ANNUAL REPORTS REPORT OF THE EDITORS OF THE MONOGRAPH SERIES

THE GOAL OF THE SERIES is to promote the publication of high-quality research works in the fields of Economic Theory, Econometrics, and Quantitative Economics more generally. Publications may range from more or less extensive accounts of the state of the art in a field to which the authors have made significant contributions to shorter monographs representing important advances on more specific issues. In addition to the usual promotion by the Publisher (Cambridge University Press) in their advertising and displays at conferences, it also arranges for members of the Econometric Society to receive monographs at a special discount.

The publishing arrangement with Cambridge University Press specifies that the re viewing process and the decision to publish a monograph in the series rests solely in the hands of the Editors appointed by the Society, in the same way as for papers submitted to Econometrica. Our experience shows that this procedure generates quite valuable services to the authors. Referee reports are usually very professional, and contain de tailed and specific suggestions on how to improve the manuscript. Such services, which are not normally offered by private publishing companies, are among the features that distinguish the Monograph Series of the Society from others.

The complete list of publications in the series follows; the original publication dates

of the hardcover (HC) and paperback (PB) versions are given.

All 53 monographs are now available for electronic purchase, and available online to Econometric Society members free of charge.

 

  1. W. Hildenbrand (ed.), Advances in Economic Theory, HC:2/83, PB:8/85.
  2. W. Hildenbrand (ed.), Advances in Econometrics, HC:2/83, PB:8/85.
  3. G. S. Maddala, Limited Dependent and Qualitative Variables in Econometrics, HC:3/83, PB:6/86.
  4. G. Debreu, Mathematical Economics, HC:7/83, PB:10/86.
  5. J.-M. Grandmont, Money and Value, HC:11/83, PB:9/85.
  6. F. M. Fisher, Disequilibrium Foundations of Equilibrium Economics, HC:11/83, PB:3/89.
  7. B. Peleg, Game Theoretic Analysis of Voting in Committees, HC:7/84.
  8. R. J. Bowden and D. A. Turkington, Instrumental Variables, HC:1/85, PB:1/90.
  9. A. Mas-Colell, The Theory of General Economic Equilibrium: A Differentiable Approach, HC:8/85, PB:1/90.
  10. J. Heckman and B. Singer, Longitudinal Analysis of Labor Market Data, HC:10/85.
  11. C. Hsiao, Analysis of Panel Data, HC:7/86, PB:11/89.
  12. T. Bewley (ed.), Advances in Economic Theory: Fifth World Congress, HC:8/87, PB:7/89.
  13. T. Bewley (ed.), Advances in Econometrics: Fifth World Congress, Vol. I, HC:11/87, PB:4/94.
  14. T. Bewley (ed.), Advances in Econometrics: Fifth World Congress, Vol. II, HC:11/87, PB:4/94.
  15. H. Moulin, Axioms of Cooperative Decision-Making, HC:11/88, PB:7/91.

     

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  16. L. G. Godfrey, Misspecification Tests in Econometrics, HC:2/89, PB:7/91.
  17. T. Lancaster, The Econometric Analysis of Transition Data, HC:9/90, PB:6/92.
  18. A. Roth and M. Sotomayor, Two-Sided Matching, HC:9/90, PB:6/92.
  19. W. Härdle, Applied Nonparametric Regression Analysis, HC:10/90, PB:1/92.
  20. J.-J. Laffont (ed.), Advances in Economic Theory: Sixth World Congress, Vol. I, HC:12/92, PB:2/95.
  21. J.-J. Laffont (ed.), Advances in Economic Theory: Sixth World Congress, Vol. II, HC:12/92, PB:2/95.
  22. H. White, Inference, Estimation and Specification Analysis, HC:9/94, PB:6/96.
  23. C. Sims (ed.), Advances in Econometrics: Sixth World Congress, Vol. I, HC:3/94, PB:3/96.
  24. C. Sims (ed.), Advances in Econometrics: Sixth World Congress, Vol. II, HC:10/94, PB:3/96.
  25. R. Guesnerie, A Contribution to the Pure Theory of Taxation, HC:9/95, PB:9/98.
  26. D. M. Kreps and K. F. Wallis (eds.), Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Theory and Applications (Seventh World Congress), Vol. I, HC & PB:2/97.
  27. D. M. Kreps and K. F. Wallis (eds.), Advances in Economics and Econometrics:

    Theory and Applications (Seventh World Congress), Vol. II, HC & PB:2/97.

  28. D. M. Kreps and K. F. Wallis (eds.), Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Theory and Applications (Seventh World Congress), Vol. III, HC & PB:2/97.
  29. D. Jacobs, E. Kalai, and M. Kamien (eds.), Frontiers of Research in Economic Theory—The Nancy L. Schwartz Memorial Lectures, HC & PB:11/98.
  30. A. C. Cameron and P. K. Trivedi, Regression Analysis of Count-Data, HC & PB:9/98.
  31. S. Strøm (ed.), Econometrics and Economic Theory in the 20th Century: The Rag-

    nar Frisch Centennial Symposium, HC & PB:2/99.

  32. E. Ghysels, N. Swanson, and M. Watson (eds.), Essays in Econometrics— Collected Papers of Clive W. J. Granger, Vol. I, HC & PB:7/01.
  33. E. Ghysels, N. Swanson, and M. Watson (eds.), Essays in Econometrics— Collected Papers of Clive W. J. Granger, Vol. II, HC & PB:7/01.
  34. M. Dewatripont, L. P. Hansen, and S. J. Turnovsky (eds.), Advances in Economics

    and Econometrics: Theory and Applications (Eighth World Congress), Vol. I, HC

    & PB:2/03.

  35. M. Dewatripont, L. P. Hansen, and S. J. Turnovsky (eds.), Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Theory and Applications (Eighth World Congress), Vol. II, HC

    & PB:2/03.

  36. M. Dewatripont, L. P. Hansen, and S. J. Turnovsky (eds.), Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Theory and Applications (Eighth World Congress), Vol. III, HC

    & PB:2/03.

  37. C. Hsiao, Analysis of Panel Data, Second Edition, HC & PB:2/03.
  38. R. Koenker, Quantile Regression, HC & PB:5/05.
  39. C. Blackorby, W. Bossert, and D. Donaldson, Population Issues in Social Choice Theory, Welfare Economics and Ethics, HC & PB:11/05.
  40. J. Roemer, Democracy, Education, and Equality, HC & PB:1/06.
  41. R. Blundell, W. Newey, and T. Persson, Advances in Economics and Economet- rics: Theory and Applications, Ninth World Congress, Vol. I, HC & PB:8/06.
  42. R. Blundell, W. Newey, and T. Persson, Advances in Economics and Economet- rics: Theory and Applications, Ninth World Congress, Vol. II, HC & PB:8/06.

     

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  43. R. Blundell, W. Newey, and T. Persson, Advances in Economics and Economet- rics: Theory and Applications, Ninth World Congress, Vol. III, HC & PB:3/07.
  44. F. Vega-Redondo, Complex Networks, HC & PB:3/07.
  45. I. Gilboa, Theory of Decision Under Uncertainty, HC & PB:3/09.
  46. K. Samphantharak and R. Townsend, Households as Corporate Firms: An Anal- ysis of Household Finance Using Integrated Household Surveys and Corporate Fi- nancial Accounting, HC & PB:11/09.
  47. R. Vohra, Mechanism Design: A Linear Programming Approach, HC & PB:5/11.
  48. M. Fleubaey and F. Maniquet, A Theory of Fairness and Social Justice, HC & PB:6/11.
  49. D. Acemoglu, M. Arellano, and E. Dekel (eds.), Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Theory and Applications, Tenth World Congress, Vol. I, HC & PB:5/13.
  50. D. Acemoglu, M. Arellano, and E. Dekel (eds.), Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Theory and Applications, Tenth World Congress, Vol. II, HC & PB:5/13.
  51. D. Acemoglu, M. Arellano, and E. Dekel (eds.), Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Theory and Applications, Tenth World Congress, Vol. III, HC & PB:5/13.
  52. A. Harvey, Dynamic Models for Volatility and Heavy Tails, With Applications to Financial and Economic Time Series, HC & PB:4/13.
  53. C. Cameron and P. Trivedi, Regression Analysis of Count Data, Second Edition, HC & PB:5/13.

 

The editors welcome submissions of high-quality manuscripts, as well as inquiries from prospective authors at an early stage of planning their monographs. Note that the series now includes shorter more focused manuscripts on the order of 100 to 150 pages, as well as the traditional longer series of 200 to 300 or more pages. Information on submissions can be found on the society webpage.

George Mailath was the Co-Editor responsible for economic theory and Rosa Matzkin was the Co-Editor responsible for theoretical and applied econometrics. The new co-editors are Jeffrey Ely and Donald Andrews.

 

GEORGE J. MAILATH ROSA L. MATZKIN AUGUST 2013


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