Recent Developments on Partially Identified Economic Models
In various economic models, relaxing assumptions that are not based on economic theory but made for convenience may lead to a loss of identification and/or model incompleteness. Examples of such models include discrete games, regression models with censoring, structural VAR, auctions, matching, and network formation models. Even in such settings, inference on the parameter of interest is often possible using partially identifying restrictions. We review recent developments on inference methods and discuss current challenges.