Publications in peer-reviewed journals

  • Fedotenkov I., (2020) A review of more than one hundred Pareto-tail index estimators. Statistica, accepted. Working paper. R codes.

  • Fedotenkov I., Bryukhanov M. (2020) Religiosity and life satisfaction: Evidence from the Russian data. Journal of Contemporary Religion, accepted. Working paper.

  • Fedotenkov I., (2020) Terrorist attacks and public approval of the Russian president: Evidence from time series analysis. Post-Soviet Affairs, 36(2), 159-170.

  • Fedotenkov I., Derkachev P. (2020) Gender longevity gap and socioeconomic indicators in developed countries. International Journal of Social Economics, 47(1), 127-144. Working paper.

  • Fedotenkov I. (2019) Optimal asymmetric sector-specific labour taxation in an overlapping generations model Journal of Economics 127(1), Springer, p. 1-18. Working paper.

  • Fedotenkov I. (2019) Corporate labour share of income and the shadow economy: a cross-country analysis. Applied Economics Letters 26(4), Taylor & Francis, p. 302-305.

  • Fedotenkov I., van Groezen B., Meijdam A.C. (2019) International trade with pensions and demographic shocks. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance 18 (1), Cambridge University Press, p. 140-164. Working paper.

  • Fedotenkov I. (2018) Population ageing and inflation with endogenous money creation. Research in Economics 72 (3), Elsevier, p. 392-403. Working paper.

  • Fedotenkov I., Schneider F. (2018) Military expenditures and shadow economy in the Central and Eastern Europe: Is there a link? Central European Economic Journal, 5 (1) 142-153.

  • Bucciol, A., Cavalli, L., Fedotenkov I., Pertile, P., Polin, V., Sommacal, A., Sartor, N., (2017) A large scale OLG model for the analysis of the redistributive effects of policy reforms. European Journal of Political Economy 48, Elsevier, p. 104-127. Working paper.

  • Fedotenkov I. (2016) Ignorance is bliss: Should a pension reform be announced? Economics Letters 147, Elsevier, p. 135-137. Working paper. Technical appendix.

  • Fedotenkov I., van Groezen B., Meijdam A.C., (2014). Demographic change, international trade and capital flows. Open Economies Review 25(5), Springer, p. 865-883. Working paper.

  • Fedotenkov I., (2014). Coordination of pension systems when technologies are different. CESifo Economic Studies 60(1), Oxford University Press, p. 246-256. Working paper.

  • Fedotenkov I., (2014). Pension reform, factor mobility and trade with country-specific goods. De Economist 162(3), Springer, p. 247-262. Working paper.

  • Fedotenkov I., (2014). A note on the bootstrap method for testing the existence of finite moments. Statistica 74(4), p. 447-453. Working paper.

  • Fedotenkov I., Meijdam A.C., (2014). Pension reform with migration and mobile capital: Is a Pareto improvement possible? International Economics and Economic Policy 11(3), Springer, p. 431-450. Working paper (different title).

  • Fedotenkov I., (2013). Consistency of the estimator of binary response models based on AUC maximization. Statistical Methods & Applications 22(3), Springer, p. 381-390. Working paper (different title).

  • Fedotenkov I, Meijdam A.C., (2013). Crisis and pension system design in the EU: Intergenerational redistribution and international spillover effects via factor mobility and trade. De Economist 161(2), Springer, p. 175-197. Working paper (different title).

  • Fedotenkov I., Mikolajun I., (2013). Migration and welfare. International Advances in Economic Research 19(1), Springer, p. 71-73. Working paper.

  • Fedotenkov I., (2013) A bootstrap method to test for the existence of finite moments. Journal of Nonparametric Statistics 25(2), Taylor & Francis, p. 315-322. Free version. Function for R. Function for Matlab.

    Working papers

  • Fedotenkov I., (2018), Corruption vs reforms: Why do voters prefer the former? MPRA Paper 89581.

    Conference proceedings

  • Fedotenkov I., (2016), Population ageing and prices in an OLG model with money created by credits. Book of Abstracts of the 5th Economics & Finance Conference, IISES, Miami, p. 11.

  • Fedotenkov I., (2014), Why do small countries have higher population densities? 11th International Vilnius Conference on Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics, TEV, Vilnius, ISBN 978-609-433-220-3, p. 118.

  • Fedotenkov I., (2010), A test for the existence of finite moments. Abstracts of Communications, 10th International Vilnius Conference on Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics, TEV, Vilnius, ISBN 978-609-433-009-4, p. 146.

  • Fedotenkov I., (2009), Estimation of binary choice models maximizing AUC. Proceedings of the Twelfth Symposium of Mathematics and its Applications, Editura Politehnica, Timisoara, ISSN 1224-6069, p. 338.

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