1) Mark A. Andor, David H. Bernstein and Stephan Sommer, "Determining the efficiency of residential electricity consumption," Empirical Economics. (forthcoming)
2) David H. Bernstein, "An updated assessment of technical efficiency and returns to scale for U.S. electric power plants," Energy Policy, 2020, 147.
3) David H. Bernstein, Christopher F. Parmeter. "Returns to Scale in Electricity Generation: Replicated and Revisited," Energy Economics, 2019, 82, 4-15. (lead article, working-paper-version, ReplicationWiki)
4) David H. Bernstein, Bent Nielsen. "Asymptotic theory for cointegration analysis when the cointegration rank is deficient," Econometrics, 2019, 7(1), 6. (working-paper-version)
1) Subal C. Kumbhakar, David H. Bernstein. "Does xistence of inefficiency matter to a neoclassical xorcist? Some econometric issues in panel stochastic frontier models," in Methodological Contributions to the Advancement of Productivity and Efficiency Analysis, ed. by C. Parmeter and R. Sickles, Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG, 2019. (forthcoming, appendix)
June 11, 2019 European Workshop of Efficiency and Productivity Analysis at the University of London
1) David H. Bernstein, Christopher F. Parmeter and Mike G. Tsionas, "On Bayesian quantile estimation."
2) David H. Bernstein. "What moves the labor force participation rate?," Preprints, 2018. (Revised and resubmitted)
3) Robust estimation of the stochastic frontier model (with Christopher F. Parmeter and Ian A. Wright)
Work in Progress
1) Modelling and understanding volume (with Eileen Tipoe)
2) Pseudolikelihood estimation of the stochastic frontier panel data model (with Mark A. Andor and Christopher F. Parmeter)
3) Start values for stochastic frontier models (with Christopher F. Parmeter and Ian A. Wright)
4) Financial liberalization and bank efficiencies in emerging market economies (with Christopher Paik)