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Decomposing Duration Dependence in a Stopping Time Model

Fernando E. Alvarez, Katarína Borovičková, Robert Shimer

NBER Working Paper No. 22188
Issued in April 2016

---- Acknowledgments ----

We are grateful for comments from Jaap Abbring, Bo Honoré, Stephane Bonhomme, Jan Eberly, Rasmus Lentz, Andreas Mueller, Emi Nakamura, Pedro Portugal, Andrea Rotnitzky, Jon Steinsson, Quang Vuong, and Josef Zweimüller, as well as participants in numerous seminars. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for Fernando E. Alvarez ----

I have visited, taught, or consulted for the following institutions, where I have received an honorarium and/or have been paid travel expenses:

EIEF, Rome, Italy. As research visitor.

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, US. As consultant to the Research Department.

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, US. As consultant to the Research Department.

European Central Bank, Frankfurt, Germany. As Duisenberg Fellow as regular research visitor to the MPR division.

Toulouse School of Economics, Toulouse, France. As a research visitor.

Cowles Foundation, Yale, US. As a research visitor.

Goldman Sachs, as a Goldman Sachs GMI fellow.

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