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Journal Articles

Identifying the independent sources of consumption variation (with Matteo Barigozzi), Journal of Applied Econometrics, forthcoming.

Causal models and evidential pluralism in econometrics (with Federica Russo), Journal of Economic Methodology, 21(1), 54-76, (2014). [link]

More or Better? Quality versus Quantity in Food Consumption (with Corinna Manig), Journal of Bioeconomics, 16(2), 155-178, (2014). [link] [R codes]

Escaping satiation dynamics: Some evidence from British household data (with Andreas Chai), Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik, Journal of Economics and Statistics 234(2-3), 299-327, (2014). [R codes] [link]

The evolution of Engel curves and its implications for structural change theory (with Andreas Chai), Cambridge Journal of Economics, 38(4), 895-923, (2014). [link]

Causal inference by independent component analysis: Theory and applications (with Doris Entner, Patrik Hoyer and Alex Coad), Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 75(5), 705-730 (2013). [link]

Back to Engel? Some evidence for the hierarchy of needs (with Andreas Chai), Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 22, 649-676 (2012). [link]

Retrospectives: Engel Curves (with Andreas Chai), Journal of Economic Perspectives, 24(1), 225-240 (2010) [link].

Comparing shapes of Engel curves (with Andreas Chai), Economics Bulletin, 29(2), 1164-1170 (2009) [link].

Graphical causal models and VARs: an empirical assessment of the real business cycles hypothesis, Empirical Economics, 35(2), 275-300 (2008) [link] [e.c.].

A critical guide to empirical validation of agent-based economics models: methodologies, procedures, and open problems (with Giorgio Fagiolo and Paul Windrum), Computational Economics, 30, 195-226 (2007) [link].

Empirical validation of agent-based models: alternatives and prospects (with Paul Windrum and Giorgio Fagiolo), Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 10, 2, (2007) [link] .

Some peculiarities of the concept of causality in macroeconometrics, History of Economic Ideas, 13(3), 57-82 (2005) [link].

Causality in macroeconometrics: some considerations about reductionism and realism, Journal of Economic Methodology, 12(3), 433-453 (2005) [link].

Identification of monetary policy shocks: a graphical causal approach, Notas Econˇmicas, 20, 39-62 (2004) [.pdf].


Book Chapters

Can Graphical Causal Inference Be Extended to Nonlinear Settings? An Assessment of Conditional Independence Tests (with Nadine Chla▀), in M. Dorato, M. RÚdei, M. Sußrez (eds.) EPSA Epistemology and Methodology of Science, Springer Verlag, 63-72 (2010) [link]

Mediating between causes and probabilities: the use of graphical models in econometrics, in J. Williamson and F. Russo (eds.), Causality and Probability in the Sciences, College Publications, London , 109-129 (2007) [.pdf].

Confronting Agent-Based Models with Data: Methodological Issues and Open Problems (with Giorgio Fagiolo and Paul Windrum) in C. Bruun (ed.) Advances in Artificial Economics. The Economy as a Complex Dynamic System, Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg (2006) [link] .


Conference Proceedings

Causal Search in Structural Vector Autoregressive Models (with Nadine Chla▀, Doris Entner, and Patrik Hoyer), in Journal of Machine Learning Research: Workshop and Conference Proceedings, 12:95-114 (2011) [link].

Graphical models for the identification of causal structures in multivariate time series models (with Peter Spirtes), in Joint Conference on Information Sciences Proceedings, Atlantis Press (2006) [link].


Book Reviews

Review of L'economia del bene e del male. Morale e denaro da Gilgamesh a Wall Street, by Tomáš Sedláček, Fenomenologia e societÓ 34(1), 157-159 (2013). [.pdf].

Which structure do models represent?, Journal of Economic Methodology, 17: 3, 338-343 (2010). (Review of Representation and structure in economics: the methodology of econometric models of the consumption function, by Hsiang-Ke Chao). [link]

Review of Filosofia dell'economia. Modelli, causalitÓ, previsione, by Francesco Guala, 2R - Rivista di Recensioni Filosofiche, 9, 70-80, (2008). [link].

Review of Modern Macroeconomics. Its Origins, Development and Current State, by Brian Snowdon and Howard R. Vane, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 30 (2), 271-274, (2008). [link] .

Review of Theory and Measurement. Causality Issues in Milton Friedman's Monetary Economics, by J. Daniel Hammond, History of Economic ideas, 15(2), pp. 175-178, (2007). [link].



WORKING PAPERS

Identifying the Independent Sources of Consumption Variation (with Matteo Barigozzi), LEM Working Paper 2012/16. New Version

Back to Engel? Some evidence for the hierarchy of needs (with Andreas Chai), Papers on Economics and Evolution (2011) #1113.

The Rank of a System of Engel Curves. How Many Common Factors? (with Matteo Barigozzi), Papers on Economics and Evolution (2011) #1101.

The evolution of Engel curves and its implications for structural change (with Andreas Chai), Griffith Business School Discussion Papers Economics. (2010) #09.

Causal Inference by Independent Component Analysis with Applications to Micro- and Macroeconomic Data (with Doris Entner, Patrik Hoyer and Alex Coad), Jena Economic Research Papers (2010) #031. New Version

More or Better? Quality versus Quantity in Food Consumption (with Corinna Manig), Papers on Economics and Evolution (2009) #0918.

Satiation, Escaping Satiation, and Structural Change: Some Evidence from the Evolution of Engel Curves (with Andreas Chai), Papers on Economics and Evolution (2008) #0818.

Comparing shapes of Engel curves (with Andreas Chai), Jena Economic Research Papers (2008) #093.

At the origins of Engel curves estimation (with Andreas Chai), Papers on Economics and Evolution (2008) #0802.

Empirical validation of agent-based models: a critical survey (with Giorgio Fagiolo and Paul Windrum), LEM Working Paper 2006/14.

Graph-based search procedure for vector autoregressive models (with Peter Spirtes), LEM Working Paper 2005/14.

Causality and econometrics: some philosophical underpinnings, Methods in Economics Seminar Series, Pisa, November 2004 [.pdf].

Graphical models for structural vector autoregressions, LEM Woking Paper 2003/07.





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