V. Hildebrand, M.N. Pi Alperin and P. Van Kerm (2017). "Measuring and accounting for the deprivation gap of Portuguese immigrants in Luxembourg," Review of Income and Wealth, 63(2), pp 288-309. Publisher's Site
Andrietti, V., and V. Hildebrand (2016). "Evaluating Pension Portability Reforms. The Tax Reform Act of 1986 as a Natural Experiment", Economic Inquiry, 54(3), 1402–1424. Publisher's Site
Brennenstuhl, S; Worts, D; Hildebrand, V; Arjumand Siddiqi, and Peggy McDonough, (2015). ``Who has the Mother Lode of Health? A Comparative Study of Socioeconomic Inequalities in Health among Mothers of Young Children''. Canadian Public Policy, 41(S2), pp S80-S88. Publisher's Site
Bauer, T., Cobb-Clark, D., Hildebrand, V., and M. Shinning (2011). "A Comparative Analysis of the Nativity Wealth Gap," Economic Inquiry, 49(4), 989-1007. Publisher's Site
Cobb-Clark, D. and Vincent Hildebrand, (2011)."Portfolio Allocation in the Face of a Means-Tested Public Pension," Review of Income and Wealth, 57(3), Publisher's Site
Erutku, C. and V. Hildebrand, (2010). "Conspiracy at the Pump," Journal of Law and Economics, 53(1), 223-237, Publisher's Site
Cobb-Clark, D. and V. Hildebrand, (2010). “The Asset Portfolios of Older Australian Households,” Australian Social Policy Journal, 9, pp 1-39. Plein texte (HTML)
Cobb-Clark, D. and V. Hildebrand (2009). “The Asset Portfolios of Native Born and Foreign-Born Australian Households,” Economic Record, 8-258, pp. 46-56. Publisher's Site
Hildebrand, V. and P. Van Kerm, (2009). “Income Inequality and Self-Rated Health Status: Evidence from the European Community Household Panel,” Demography, 46(4), pp 805-825. Publisher's Site
de Vanssay., Z. Spindler, V. Hildebrand. (2008). “Using Economic Freedom Indexes As Policy Indicators: An Intercontinental Example,” Public Organization Review, 8, 195-214
Cobb-Clark, D. and V. Hildebrand, (2006). "The Wealth of Mexican Americans", Journal of Human Resources, 41(4), 841-873. Publisher's Site
Cobb-Clark, D., and V. Hildebrand, (2006). "Differences in Wealth and Asset Holdings Among U.S. and Foreign-Born Households: Evidence from the SIPP Data", Review of Income and Wealth, 52(1), 17-42. Publisher's Site
Cobb-Clark, D. and V. Hildebrand, (2006). "The Wealth of Hispanics", Social Science Quarterly, 87(5), 1344-1362. Publisher's Site
de Vanssay X., V. Hildebrand, Z. Spindler, (2005). "Constitutional Foundations of Economic Freedom: A Time-Series Cross-Section Analysis", Constitutional Political Economy, 16, 327-346. Publisher's Site
Heinrich G., and V. Hilderand, (2005). "Returns to Education in the European Union: A re-assessement from comparative data", European Journal of Education, 40(1), 13-34. Publisher's Site
Hildebrand, V.A., and C. Plourde, (2001). "A Model of Competing Jurisdictions with Locally Polluting Environment and Mobile Populations", Environmental and Resource Economics, 18(2), 219-231. Publisher's Site
Frenette, M., V. Hildebrand, J.T. McDonald and C. Worswick (2003). "Job and Occupational Mobility of Immigrants in Australia, Canada and the United States". in C. Beach, A. Green and J. Reitz (eds.) Canadian Immigration Policy for the 21st Century, John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada.
V. Hildebrand and P. Van Kerm (2010), "Body size and wages in Europe: A semi-parametric analysis", CEPS Working Paper Series 2010-09. Full Text (PDF)
Alessie, R., T. Crossley and V. Hildebrand, (2006). Estimating a Collective, Household Model with Survey Data on Financial Satisfaction. Institute for, Fiscal Studies working paper, W06/19, 48 pages.
Hildebrand, V., and D. Williams, (2003). Self-employment and Time Spent, Caring for Children: Evidence from Europe. IRISS working paper 2003-06, 26, pages.
Andrietti, V. and V. Hildebrand, (2001). Pension Portability and Labour, Mobility in the United States. New Evidence from SIPP Data. SEDAP, working paper # 42, 47 pages.
Hildebebrand, V., (2001). Wealth Accumulation of US Households: What Do, We Learn from the SIPP Data? SEDAP working paper # 41, 55 pages.
Hildebrand, V. and T. Crossley, (2001). Estimating Error-Components Models, on Repeated Short Panels, with an Application to Age-Wealth Profiles. York, University Mimeo, 34 pages.