Jostein Lillestøl : Citation Profile


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   41 years (1977 - 2018). See details.
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   Journals where Jostein Lillestøl has often published
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   Recent citing documents: 0.    Total self citations: 2 (20 %)

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Works with:

Ubøe, Jan (3)

Sandal, Leif (2)

Andersson, Jonas (2)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Jostein Lillestøl.

Is cited by:

Weron, Rafał (3)

Misiorek, Adam (2)

Aase, Knut (1)

GUEGAN, Dominique (1)

Cites to:

Ubøe, Jan (6)

Aase, Knut (4)

McKay, Alisdair (3)

Minner, Stefan (3)

Matejka, Filip (3)

Holt, Charles (3)

Anas, Alex (3)

Kreps, David (2)

Epstein, Larry (2)

Mattsson, Lars-Göran (2)

Ho, Teck (2)

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Recent works citing Jostein Lillestøl (2019 and 2018)


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Works by Jostein Lillestøl:


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1981A NOTE ON COMPUTING UPPER ERROR LIMITS IN DOLLAR-UNIT SAMPLING In: Journal of Accounting Research.
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2017Statistical testing of bounded rationality with applications to the newsvendor model In: European Journal of Operational Research.
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2007Benefit efficient statistical distributions on patient lists In: Journal of Health Economics.
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2006Benefit efficient statistical distributions on patient lists.(2006) In: Discussion Papers.
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1977Improved estimates for multivariate complex-normal regression with application to analysis of linear time-invariant relationships In: Journal of Multivariate Analysis.
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2007Some new bivariate IG and NIG-distributions for modelling covariate nancial returns In: Discussion Papers.
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2007Patient allocations according to circumstances and preferences: Modelling based on the Norwegian patient list system In: Discussion Papers.
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2007Revelation of Preferences in Patient List Data In: Discussion Papers.
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2008A regression surprise resolved In: Discussion Papers.
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2014Probabilistic cost efficiency and bounded rationality in the newsvendor model In: Discussion Papers.
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2015Best estimate reporting with asymmetric loss In: Discussion Papers.
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2015Beta-creaming In: Discussion Papers.
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2015Beyond the local mean-variance analysis in continuous time: The problem of non-normality In: Discussion Papers.
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2016Weibull Wind Worth: Wait and Watch? In: Discussion Papers.
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2016Log-normal creaming and the likelihood of discovering additional giant petroleum fields In: Discussion Papers.
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2017Tre grupper skatteytere i søkelyset: Har de ulike kjennetegn? In: Discussion Papers.
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2018Matematikk og statistikk som metodefag ved NHH: De første femti år In: Discussion Papers.
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2018Sample statistics as convincing evidence: A tax fraud case In: Discussion Papers.
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2019Analyzing learning effects in the newsvendor model by probabilistic methods In: Discussion Papers.
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2000Bayesian estimation of NIG-parameters by Markov Chain Monte Carlo Methods In: SFB 373 Discussion Papers.
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