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Dr. Rouven E. Haschka

University of Cologne
Institute of Econometrics and Statistics
Universitätsstraße 24
WiSo Building: 101, BT 3
Room: 2.314
D-50923 Cologne
E    rhaschkaSpamProtectionuni-koeln.de
T    +49 221 470-6561

ORCID:
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2916-9745

Short CV

2019: PhD.

2016: M.Sc.

2014: B.Sc.

Publications

  • Haschka, R. E., and Herwartz, H. (2022). Endogeneity in pharmaceutical knowledge generation: An instrument‐free copula approach for Poisson frontier models, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy (forthcoming).
  • Haschka, R. E. (2022). Handling endogenous regressors using Copulas: A generalization to linear panel models with fixed effects and correlated regressors, Journal of Marketing Research, 59(4), 860-881
  • Haschka, R. E., Herwartz, H., Struthmann, P., Tran, V. T., and Walle, Y. (2022). The joint effects of financial development and the business environment on firm growth: Evidence from Vietnam, Journal of Comparative Economics, 50(2), 486-506.
  • Haschka, R. E., and Herwartz, H. (2020). Innovation efficiency in European high-tech industries: Evidence from a Bayesian stochastic frontier approach, Research Policy, 49(8), 104054.
  • Haschka, R. E., Schley, K., and Herwartz, H. (2020). Provision of health care services and regional diversity in Germany: Insights from a Bayesian health frontier analysis with spatial dependencies, European Journal of Health Economics, 21, 55–71.
  • Haschka, R. E., Schley, K., and Herwartz, H. (2020). Individual health-related quality of life and the regional allocation of medical services: Insights from a stochastic health frontier analysis, Public Health Policy and Planning, 4(4), 42–57.

Working Papers

  • Haschka, R. E., and Wied, D. (2022). Estimating fixed effects stochastic frontier panel models under ‘wrong’ skewness with an application to health care efficiency in Germany, SSNR Working Paper.