Michael Veall
Michael Veall
Professor of Economics, McMaster University
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PSEUDO‐R2 MEASURES FOR SOME COMMON LIMITED DEPENDENT VARIABLE MODELS
MR Veall, KF Zimmermann
Journal of Economic surveys 10 (3), 241-259, 1996
4971996
The evolution of high incomes in Northern America: lessons from Canadian evidence
E Saez, MR Veall
American economic review 95 (3), 831-849, 2005
3662005
Formulating Wald tests of nonlinear restrictions
AW Gregory, MR Veall
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 1465-1468, 1985
2761985
Pseudo‐R 2’s in the ordinal probit model
MR Veall, KF Zimmermann
Journal of mathematical sociology 16 (4), 333-342, 1992
2111992
Practitioners corner: goodness of fit measures in the tobit model
MR Veall, KF Zimmermann
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 56 (4), 485-499, 1994
1671994
The effect of marginal tax rates on taxable income: a panel study of the 1988 tax flattening in Canada
MA Sillamaa, MR Veall
Journal of Public Economics 80 (3), 341-356, 2001
1442001
Public pensions as optimal social contracts
MR Veall
Journal of Public Economics 31 (2), 237-251, 1986
1431986
The evolution of high incomes in Canada, 1920-2000
E Saez, MR Veall
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2003
1222003
Short-run and long-run elasticities for Canadian consumption of alcoholic beverages: an error-correction mechanism/cointegration approach
JA Johnson, EH Oksanen, MR Veall, D Fretz
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 64-74, 1992
1001992
Top income shares in Canada: recent trends and policy implications
MR Veall
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 45 (4), 1247-1272, 2012
962012
Evaluating Pseudo-R2's for binary probit models
MR Veall, KF Zimmermann
Quality and Quantity 28 (2), 151-164, 1994
661994
Bootstrapping the process of model selection: An econometric example
MR Veall
Journal of Applied Econometrics 7 (1), 93-99, 1992
551992
Boostrapping the Probability Distribution of Peak Electricity Demand
MR Veall
International Economic Review, 203-212, 1987
481987
How fragile are fragile inferences? A re-evaluation of the deterrent effect of capital punishment
M McAleer, MR Veall
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 99-106, 1989
461989
Using bootstrapped confidence intervals for improved inferences with seemingly unrelated regression equations
P Rilstone, M Veall
Econometric Theory, 569-580, 1996
431996
Bootstrap prediction intervals for single period regression forecasts
JP Lam, MR Veall
International Journal of Forecasting 18 (1), 125-130, 2002
412002
Piercing the veil: Private corporations and the income of the affluent
M Wolfson, M Veall, N Brooks, B Murphy
Can. Tax J. 64, 1, 2016
382016
The effects of drug subsidies on out-of-pocket prescription drug expenditures by seniors: regional evidence from Canada
S Alan, TF Crossley, P Grootendorst, MR Veall
Journal of Health Economics 21 (5), 805-826, 2002
382002
Did tax flattening affect RRSP contributions?
MR Veall
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 34 (1), 120-131, 2001
352001
Canadian seniors and the low income measure
MR Veall
Canadian Public Policy 34 (Supplement 1), S47-S58, 2008
342008
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