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2013 What do revealed preference axioms reveal about elasticities of demand?Hjertstrand, Per; Jones, Barry E.
2013 Revealed preference tests of utility maximization and weak separability of consumption, leisure and money with incomplete adjustmentHjertstrand, Per; Swofford, James L.; Whitney, Gerald A.
2013 A simple method to account for measurement errors in revealed preference testsHjertstrand, Per
2014 Homothetic Efficiency. A Non-Parametric ApproachHeufer, Jan; Hjertstrand, Per
2014 Consistent Subsets – Computationally Feasible Methods to Compute the Houtman-Maks-IndexHeufer, Jan; Hjertstrand, Per
2015 Homothetic Efficiency and Test Power: A Non-Parametric ApproachHeufer, Jan; Hjertstrand, Per
2016 Why Entrepreneurs Choose Risky R&D Projects - but still not risky enoughFärnstrand Damsgaard, Erika; Hjertstrand, Per; Norbäck, Pehr-Johan; Persson, Lars; Vasconcelos, Helder
2017 Homothetic Preferences RevealedHeufer, Jan; Hjertstrand, Per
2017 Homothetic preferences revealedHeufer, Jan; Hjertstrand, Per
2017 The educated underdog becomes the ultimate superstarHjertstrand, Per; Norbäck, Pehr-Johan; Persson, Lars
2019 The theory of weak revealed preferenceAguiar, Victor H.; Hjertstrand, Per; Serrano, Roberto
2019 Power against random expenditure allocation for revealed preference testsHjertstrand, Per
2019 Index numbers and revealed preference rankingsHjertstrand, Per; Swofford, James L.; Whitney, Gerald A.
2019 Samuelson's approach to revealed preference theory: Some recent advancesDemuynck, Thomas; Hjertstrand, Per
2020 Skill Formation, Temporary Disadvantage and Elite EducationHjertstrand, Per; Norbäck, Pehr-Johan; Persson, Lars