Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/130095
Authors: 
Canay, Ivan
Shaikh, Azeem
Year of Publication: 
2016
Series/Report no.: 
cemmap working paper, Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice CWP05/16
Abstract: 
This paper surveys some of the recent literature on inference in partially identified models. After reviewing some basic concepts, including the definition of a partially identified model and the identified set, we turn our attention to the construction of confidence regions in partially identified settings. In our discussion, we emphasize the importance of requiring confidence regions to be uniformly consistent in level over relevant classes of distributions. Due to space limitations, our survey is mainly limited to the class of partially identified models in which the identified set is characterized by a finite number of moment inequalities or the closely related class of partially identified models in which the identified set is a function of a such a set. The latter class of models most commonly arise when interest focuses on a subvector of a vectorvalued parameter, whose values are limited by a finite number of moment inequalities. We then rapidly review some important parts of the broader literature on inference in partially identified models and conclude by providing some thoughts on fruitful directions for future research.
Subjects: 
Partially Identified Model
Confidence Regions
Uniform Asymptotic Validity
Moment Inequalities
Subvector Inference
JEL: 
C12
C14
Document Type: 
Working Paper

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