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Prof. Dr. Martin Spindler

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Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy
Munich Center for the Economics of Aging (MEA) and Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE)
Amalienstrasse 33, 80799 Muenchen
Room:344
Tel.:+49 89 38602 344
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Publications have only been fully recorded in the database since 2003. Older publications that may have been published are included in the download PDF on this page.

Publications

Journal Article

Farbmacher, Helmut; Spindler, Martin (2020): "An Explainable Attention Network for Fraud Detection in Claims Management". In: Journal of Econometrics (forthcoming).
Bach, Philipp; Farbmacher, Helmut; Spindler, Martin (2018): "Semiparametric Count Data Modeling with an Application to Health Service Demand". In: Econometrics and Statistics, 8, pp. 125-140.
Spindler, Martin; Luo, Ye (2017): "L2-Boosting for Economic Applications". In: American Economic Review Papers & Proceedings, 107, pp. 270 - 273.
Aseervatham, Vijay; Lex, Christoph; Spindler, Martin (2016): "How do unisex rating regulations affect gender differences in insurance premiums?". In: The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice, 41.
Spindler, Martin (2016): "Lasso for Instrumental Variable Selection". In: Journal of Applied Econometrics, 31, pp. 450 - 454.
Spindler, Martin; Chernozhukov, Martin; Hansen, Chris (2016): "hdm: High-dimensional Econometrics". In: R Journal, 8/2, pp. 185 - 199.
Chernozhukov, Victor; Hansen, Christian; Spindler, Martin (2015): "Post-Selection and Post-Regularization Inference in Linear Models with Very Many Controls and Instruments". In: American Economic Review Papers & Proceedings, 105.
Spindler, Martin (2015): "Asymmetric Information in (private) Accident Insurance". In: Economics Letters, 130, pp. 85 - 88.
Chernozhukov, Victor; Hansen, Christian; Spindler, Martin (2015): "Valid Post-Selection and Post-Regularization Inference: An Elementary, General Approach". In: Annual Review of Economics, 7, pp. 649 - 688.
Mittnik, Stefan; Robinzonov, Nikolay; Spindler, Martin (2015): "Stock Market Volatility: Identifying Major Drivers and the Nature of Their Impact". In: Journal of Banking and Finance, 58, pp. 1 - 14.
Spindler, Martin; Winter, Joachim; Hagmayer, Steffen (2014): "Asymmetric Information in the Market for Automobile Insurance: Evidence from Germany". In: Journal of Risk and Insurance, 81, pp. 781 - 801.
Spindler, Martin (2014): "Econometric Methods for Testing for Asymmetric Information Information – A Comparison of Parametric and Nonparametric Methods with an Application to Hospital Daily Benefits". In: The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review, 39, pp. 254 - 266.
Su, Liangjun; Spindler, Martin (2013): "Nonparametric Testing for Asymmetric Information". In: Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 31, pp. 208 - 225.

Book Chapter

Bucher-Koenen, Tabea; Schütz, Johanna; Spindler, Martin (2015): "Long-term Care Insurance Across Europe", In: Börsch-Supan, Axel (ed.), Ageing in Europe - Supporting Policies for an Inclusive Society, de Gruyter, Berlin.

MEA Discussion Paper

06-2019
Farbmacher, Helmut; Kögel, Heinrich; Spindler, Martin: "Heterogeneous Effects of Poverty on Cognition".
16-2014
Spindler, Martin: "How do unisex rating regulations affect gender differences in insurance premiums?".
09-2012
Spindler, Martin: "“They do know what they are doing... at least most of them.” Asymmetric Information in the (private) Disability Insurance".
08-2012
Spindler, Martin; Winter, Joachim; Hagmayer, Steffen: "Asymmetric Information in the Market for Automobile Insurance: Evidence from Germany".

Discussion Paper/Working Paper

Spindler, Martin (2013): Asymmetric Information in the Market for Hospital Daily Benefits, MRIC Working Paper Series.
Mittnik, Stefan; Robinzonov, Nikolay; Spindler, Martin (2013): Boosting the Anatomy of Volatility, Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, No.124.