Über den Autor
Douglas A. Schroeder has been at The Ohio State University since 1986; previously he was serving as a member of the Purdue University faculty. He has published papers in and served as a reviewer for numerous academic journals. His current scholarly interests involve analysis of accounting choice.
Accounting choice.- Linear models.- Loss functions and estimation.- Discrete choice models.- Nonparametric regression.- Repeated-sampling inference.- Overview of endogeneity.- Treatment effects: ignorability.- Treatment effects: IV.- Marginal treatment effects.- Bayesian treatment effects.- Informed priors.
-Presents a three-legged econometric strategy of theory, data, and model specification, as applied to accounting research and analysis
-Synthesizes linear, nonlinear, and Bayesian models and their implications for causal effects
-Can also be adapted for graduate/doctoral courses in accounting research and methodology, econometrics, and statistics