Donald P. Cram OLD RANDOM INTERESTS home page
No-longer-representative old RANDOM INTERESTS of mine, under re-construction!
This webpage, based on my old webpage at Stanford where I got my
Ph.D. in business (accounting), and my masters in statistics, still
has some links that may be of interest to some.
SAS Macros for Accounting Research
Draft monograph on how to write, use and share library
SAS programs packaged as SAS macros. This describes a library of SAS
macros useful in accounting research, such as to implement the Vuong
test of non-nested models. Selected parts to be available soon on SSRN.
CRSP papers and links including my technical report "CRSP Data Retrieval and Analysis in SAS Software for Users and Administrators" with useful programs.
Event Studies, generally
Event study links, current bibliography, programs
Raychem Excel files instructions and the actual Excel files in Mac and PC/Windows formats here.
Stanford GSB Computing and AccPhD
Back at Stanford I started sites for
GSB Phd students
email list members and wrote the
GSBCFAQ: a FAQ on computing at GSB. Due to continuing demand on STAT-L (aka
SAS-L (aka comp.soft-sys.sas), and locally
on su.school.gsb.computing and su.computers.consult.statistics (both available only in the .Stanford.edu domain)
for instructions on how to convert data from Excel to SAS and vice
versa, I split out a section of that GSBCFAQ as an Excel
2 SAS and Back webpage.
Study aids, texts:
More photos and stuff
Here are some pics. And check out Aimee's page.
Assistant Professor, accounting, MIT Sloan School of Management
Office: E52-343a, 50 Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA 02142