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Selected Journal Publications

  1. Hill, R. J. and M. Scholz (2017), Can Geospatial Data Improve House Price Indexes? A Hedonic Imputation Approach with Splines, Review of Income and Wealth, forthcoming.



  1. Guevara, P., R. J. Hill and M. Scholz (2017), Hedonic Indexes for Public and Private Housing in Costa Rica: Prices, Quality and Government Policy, International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, forthcoming.



  1. Hill, R. J., (2016), A Least-Squares Approach to Imposing Within-Region Fixity in the International Comparisons Program, Journal of Econometrics 191(2), April, 407–413.



  1. Hill, R. J. and I. Syed (2016), Hedonic Price-to-Rent Ratios, User Cost, and the Detection of Departures from Equilibrium in the Housing Market, Regional Science and Urban Economics, 56, January, 60-72.



  1. Hill, R. J. and D. Melser (2015), Benchmark Averaging and the Measurement of Changes in International Income Inequality, Review of World Economics 151(4), November, 767-801.



  1. Hill, R. J. and I. Syed (2015), Improving International Comparisons of Prices at Basic Heading Level: An Application to the Asia-Pacific Region, Review of Income and Wealth, 61(3), September, 515-539.



  1. Buncic, D., J. E. Eggins, and R. J. Hill (2015), Fund Style, Characteristic-Matched Performance Benchmarks and Activity Measures: A New Approach, Accounting and Finance 55(1), March, 29-55.



  1. Hill, R. J. (2013), Hedonic Price Indexes for Housing: A Survey, Evaluation and Taxonomy, Journal of Economic Surveys 27(5), December, 879-914.



  1. Hill, R. J. (2012), Cluster Formation, Data Validation and Outlier Detection in the International Comparisons Program: An Application to the Africa Region, African Statistical Journal 14, May, 12-59.



  1. Hill, R. J. (2011), Hedonic Price Indexes for Housing, OECD Statistics Working Papers, 2011/01, OECD Publishing.



  1. Eggins, J. E. and R. J. Hill (2010), Momentum and Contrarian Stock-Market Indices, Journal of Applied Finance 20(1), 78-94.



  1. Hill, R. J., D. Melser, and I. Syed (2009), Measuring a Boom and Bust: The Sydney Housing Market 2001-2006, Journal of Housing Economics 18(3), 193-205.



  1. Hill, R. J. and T. P. Hill (2009), Recent Developments in the International Comparison of Prices and Real Output, Macroeconomic Dynamics 13 (supplement S2), 194-217.



  1. Hill, R. J. and Q. Gan (2009), Measuring Housing Affordability: Looking Beyond the Median, Journal of Housing Economics 18(2), 115-125.



  1. Hill, R. J. and D. Melser (2008), Hedonic Imputation and the Price Index Problem: An Application to Housing, Economic Inquiry 46(4). October, 593-609.



  1. Hill, R. J. and D. Melser (2007), Methods for Constructing Spatial Cost of Living Indexes, Statisphere-Official Statistics Research Series 1, Article 3, 1-113. www.statisphere.govt.nz/official-statistics-research/series/vol-1.htm

  1. Hill, R. J. and M. P. Timmer (2006), Standard Errors as Weights in Multilateral Price Indexes, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 24(3), July, 366-377.



  1. Hill, R. J. (2006), When Does Chaining Reduce the Paasche-Laspeyres Spread? An Application to Scanner Data, Review of Income and Wealth 52(2), June, 309-329.



  1. Hill, R. J. (2006), Superlative Index Numbers: Not All of Them Are Super, Journal of Econometrics 130(1), January, 25-43.



  1. Hill, R. J. (2004), Constructing Price Indexes Across Space and Time: The Case of the European Union, American Economic Review 94(5), December, 1379-1410.



  1. Hill, R. J. (2004), Monotonicity in Price Relatives: A Price-Index Paradox, Journal of Economic and Social Measurement 29(4), 507-520.



  1. Hill, R. J. (2004), Accounting for Unexpected Capital Gains on Natural Assets in Net National Product, Empirical Economics 29(4), 803-824.



  1. Fox K. J., R. J. Hill, and W. E. Diewert (2004), Detecting Outliers in Multi-Output Models, Journal of Productivity Analysis 22, 73-94.



  1. Hill, R. J. and T. P. Hill (2003), Expectations, Capital Gains and Income, Economic Inquiry 41(4), 607-619.



  1. Kakwani, N. and R. J. Hill (2002), The Economic Theory of Spatial Cost of Living Indexes with Application to Thailand, Journal of Public Economics 86, 71-97.



  1. Hill, R. J. and E. Magnani (2002), An Exploration of the Environmental Kuznets Curve and its Policy Implications, Australian Economic Papers 41(20), June, 239-254.



  1. Hill, R. J. (2001), Measuring Inflation and Growth using Spanning Trees, International Economic Review 42(1), February, 167-185.



  1. Hill, R. J. (2000), Constructing Bounds on Per Capita Income Differentials Across Countries, Scandinavian Journal of Economics 102(2), June, 285-302.



  1. Hill, R. J. (2000), How Best to Measure Welfare, Real Income and Output? Review of Income and Wealth 46(1), March, 117-127.



  1. Hill, R. J. (2000), Measuring Substitution Bias in International Comparisons Based on Additive Purchasing Power Parity Methods, European Economic Review 44, January, 145-162.



  1. Hill, R. J. (1999), Comparing Price Levels Across Countries using Minimum Spanning Trees, Review of Economics and Statistics 81(1), February, 135-142.



  1. Gans J. S. and R. J. Hill (1997), Measuring Product Diversity, Economics Letters 55, August, 145-150.



  1. Hill, R. J. and K. J. Fox (1997), Splicing Index Numbers, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 15(3), July, 387-389.



  1. Hill, R. J. (1997), A Taxonomy of Multilateral Methods for Making International Comparisons of Prices and Quantities, Review of Income and Wealth 43(1), March, 49-69.


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