Alexander Torgovitsky


Assistant Professor
Department of Economics
University of Chicago





Curriculum Vitae


Working Papers


Nonparametric Estimates of Demand in the California Health Insurance Exchange
with Pietro Tebaldi and Hanbin Yang
June, 2018
Paper


Nonparametric Inference on State Dependence with Applications to Employment Dynamics
January, 2016
revise and resubmit at Econometrica

Paper | SSRN


Instrumental Variables Estimation of a Generalized Correlated Random Coefficients Model
with Matthew Masten
January, 2014
Paper | cemmap | Stata module (GitHub)


Sensitivity Analysis in Semiparametric Likelihood Models
with Xiaohong Chen and Elie Tamer
November, 2011
revise and resubmit at
Econometrica
Paper | SSRN


Published or Forthcoming Papers


Identification and Extrapolation of Causal Effects with Instrumental Variables
with Magne Mogstad
forthcoming in the Annual Review of Economics
Paper


Using Instrumental Variables for Inference about Policy Relevant Treatment Effects
with Magne Mogstad and Andres Santos
May, 2018
forthcoming in Econometrica
Paper | Supplemental Appendix | NBER Working Paper


Partial Identification by Extending Subdistributions
April, 2018
forthcoming in 
Quantitative Economics
Paper | Supplemental Appendix | SSRN


Minimum Distance from Independence Estimation of Nonseparable Instrumental Variables Models
July, 2017
Journal of Econometrics, 199 (1), pp. 35--48
Paper (published)Paper (preprint) | SSRN


Identification of Instrumental Variables Correlated Random Coefficients Models
with Matthew Masten
December, 2016
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 98 (5), pp. 1001--1005
Paper (published) | Paper (preprint) | Stata module (GitHub)


Identification of Nonseparable Models Using Instruments with Small Support
May, 2015
Econometrica, 83 (3), pp. 1185--1197
Paper | Supplemental Appendix | Comment on a related paper by D'Haultfoeuille and Fevrier

Anonymus Bele regis notarius




Ray Metzker. Philadelphia. 1965.




Art Shay. Untitled. c.1950s-60s.




Paul Morrison. Untitled from Black Dahlias. 2002.