Mickael Lothgren

Stockholm School of Economics - Department of Economic Statistics

P.O. Box 6501

S-113 83 Stockholm

Sweden

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Productivity and Customer Satisfaction - a DEA Network Model

Working Paper Series in Economics and Finance No. 140
Number of pages: 13 Posted: 15 Aug 1997
Mickael Lothgren and Magnus Tambour
Stockholm School of Economics - Department of Economic Statistics and Stockholm School of Economics
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Likelihood-Based Cointegration Tests in Heterogeneous Panels

Posted: 05 Sep 2001
Rolf Larsson, Johan Lyhagen and Mickael Lothgren
Stockholm University, Uppsala University - Department of Information Science and Stockholm School of Economics - Department of Economic Statistics

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Panel data, Cointegration, Consumption model

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A Non-Parametric Health Status Index - a Study of Hormone Replacement Therapy in Sweden

Stockholm School of Economics Paper No. WPS97-2/96
Posted: 26 Dec 1998
Mickael Lothgren, Magnus Tambour and Niklas Zethraeus
Stockholm School of Economics - Department of Economic Statistics, Stockholm School of Economics and Karolinska Institutet - Department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics

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Bootstrapping Dea-Based Efficiency Measures and Malmquist Productivity Indices: A Study of Swedish Eye-Care Service Provision

Stockholm School of Economics WPS 78
Posted: 19 May 1998
Mickael Lothgren and Magnus Tambour
Stockholm School of Economics - Department of Economic Statistics and Stockholm School of Economics

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Scale Efficiency and Scale Elasticity in Dea-Models - a Bootstrapping Approach

Stockholm School of Economics WPS91-1/96
Posted: 09 Oct 1996
Mickael Lothgren and Magnus Tambour
Stockholm School of Economics - Department of Economic Statistics and Stockholm School of Economics

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