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MARIA FERRANTE
MARIA FERRANTE
Professor of Economic Statistics, University of Bologna
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Small area estimation of average household income based on unit level models for panel data
E Fabrizi, MR Ferrante, S Pacei
Survey Methodology 33 (2), 187-198, 2007
252007
Hierarchical Bayes multivariate estimation of poverty rates based on increasing thresholds for small domains
E Fabrizi, MR Ferrante, S Pacei, C Trivisano
Computational statistics & data analysis 55 (4), 1736-1747, 2011
242011
How do firms combine different internationalisation modes? A multivariate probit approach
P Calia, MR Ferrante
Review of World Economics 149 (4), 663-696, 2013
192013
Spatial agglomeration, production technology and the choice to make and/or buy: empirical evidence from the Emilia Romagna machine tool industry
R Antonietti, MR Ferrante, R Leoncini
Regional Studies 48 (2), 284-300, 2014
182014
Measuring sub‐national income poverty by using a small area multivariate approach
E Fabrizi, MR Ferrante, S Pacei
Review of Income and Wealth 54 (4), 597-615, 2008
162008
A Micro‐Econometric Analysis of the Antipoverty Effect of Social Cash Transfers in I taly
E Fabrizi, MR Ferrante, S Pacei
Review of Income and Wealth 60 (2), 323-348, 2014
132014
Small area estimation of the number of firms’ recruits by using multivariate models for count data
MR Ferrante, C Trivisano
Survey Methodology 36 (2), 171-180, 2010
132010
Local spillovers, production technology and the choice to make and/or buy: empirical evidence from Emilia Romagna mechanical industry
R Antonietti, MR Ferrante, R Leoncini
Production Technology and the Choice to Make and/or Buy: Empirical Evidence …, 2009
122009
Estimation of poverty indicators at sub-national level using multivariate small area models
E Fabrizi, MR Ferrante, S Pacei
Statistics in transition 7 (3), 587-608, 2005
122005
Bayesian small area estimation for skewed business survey variables
E Fabrizi, MR Ferrante, C Trivisano
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics) 67 …, 2018
102018
The total factor productivity gap between internationalised and domestic firms: net premium or heterogeneity effect?
MR Ferrante, M Freo
The World Economy 35 (9), 1186-1214, 2012
102012
Local market size, social capital and outsourcing: Evidence from Emilia Romagna
R Antonietti, MR Ferrante, R Leoncini
Small Business Economics 47 (1), 243-260, 2016
82016
Hierarchical Beta regression models for the estimation of poverty and inequality parameters in small areas
E Fabrizi, MR Ferrante, C Trivisano
Analysis of poverty data by small area methods, John Wiley and Sons, 299-314, 2016
72016
Small area estimation for longitudinal surveys
MR Ferrante, S Pacei
Statistical Methods and Applications 13 (3), 327-340, 2004
72004
Small domain estimation of business statistics by using multivariate skew normal models
MR Ferrante, S Pacei
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2017
52017
Best practice recommendations on variance estimation and small area estimation in business surveys
R Bernardini Papalia, C Bruch, T Enderle, S Falorsi, A Fasulo, ...
Technical report, BLUE-ETS, deliverable, 2013
52013
A multivariate framework to explore firms’ internationalization patterns: the role of individual heterogeneity
P Calia, MR Ferrante
Statistica 68 (1), 31-55, 2008
52008
Detecting learning‐by‐exporting effects on firms' productivity distribution by accounting for heterogeneous macrofactors and panel attrition
MR Ferrante, M Freo
The World Economy 42 (9), 2745-2773, 2019
42019
Heterogeneity and number of export destinations of Italian firms: A Hurdle Negative binomial regression approach
MR Ferrante, M Novelli
Global Economy Journal 13 (3), 391-416, 2013
42013
Stima da fonti amministrative longitudinali con parziale sovrapposizione delle unità
I Drudi, MR Ferrante
Temi di ricerca ed esperienze sull’utilizzo a fini statistici di dati di …, 2003
42003
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