Threshold models in micro-econometrics with applications to empirical models of health (ARC Discovery Project administered by Curtin University of Technology) (2014–2017)

The aim of this project is to develop and apply new statistical approaches to endogenously identify non-linear relationships between explanatory variable(s) and the response variable in non-linear econometric models and to illustrate these with applications important to empirical health economics. Literature proliferates in linear models with non-linear effects, but in health economics non-linear models dominate. We will generalise our techniques to allow for various forms of the threshold variable(s), including categorical and continuous, endogenous and exogenous, and those measured with error.
Grant type:
Curtin University of Technology
  • Professor
    School of Economics
    Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
    Affiliate Professor
    Centre for the Business and Economics of Health
    Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
Funded by:
Curtin University of Technology